Terry Crow from Godshill was given a short time to live after being diagnosed with Leukaemia in 1998. Since the diagnosis, Terry was given the all clear after being offered a medical trial which was a success.
In a bid to give something back, every year since, he’s cycled (dressed as a pirate) to raise funds for UK charity Bloodwise (formerly known as Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research) to fight the disease.
But this year, a few members of the team have dropped out, so Terry is now keen to fill the spaces with more pirate cyclists to avoid missing out on vital funds being raised when they leave on September 3rd.
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