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Stuart Hill from Stamford, who works at Urban Inprint, takes part in the Deloitte Ride Across Britain 2019 from Lands' End to John O' Groats to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK




A Stamford cyclist has cycled the equivalent of 1.6 times up Mount Everest in memory of his uncle who died from prostate cancer.

Stuart Hill, who works as a graphic designer at Urban Inprint, cycled the 980 miles from Land's End in Cornwall to John O' Groats in Scotland for Prostate Cancer UK.

Stuart, who has raised just over £3,000 so far, said: "One of the things that amazed me most was the scale of the event.

Stuart celebrates finshing his epic ride in front of the sign at John O'Groats (19286193)
Stuart celebrates finshing his epic ride in front of the sign at John O'Groats (19286193)

"For nine days I was part of a gigantic peloton of nearly a thousand riders, hundreds of staff, support vehicles, tents and supplies, steadily rolling our way from Lands’ End to John O’Groats.

"I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has donated and all my business sponsors; especially Urban Edge Architecture who have supported me from start to finish.”

Stuart added his uncle David was a keen cyclist who enjoyed riding around the Norfolk coast.

Stuart Hill
Stuart Hill

Stuart is pictured at John O' Groats.

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