Surrey Freemason Nigel Feltham who walked for 4 days across Holland to fundraise for The Prostate Project visited The Stokes Centre with a giant cheque £2377.22! This includes donations of £400 from the Mid Surrey Masters and £250 from Stoneleigh Coronation.
Nigel said, “I chose this charity having met their Chairman Alf Turner on a couple of occasions, the enthusiasm and passion that he and all of his team have for this project is second to none. A group of us were recently shown around their buildings in Guildford…again they all oozed dedication and determination to achieve, and stamp out this awful cancer- the biggest killer for men.”
Alf Turner, Chair of The Prostate Project. “I’d like to take a moment to congratulate and thank Nigel Feltham for his incredible efforts. I met Nigel while I was giving a talk about our Man Van, and as he has friends and colleagues who have had prostate cancer, he made the decision to take on The 4Days Marches in the Netherlands to raise money for us at The Prostate Project. Thank you, Nigel – you have helped us get a few steps closer to getting our Mobile PSA Testing Clinic on the road, and you’re helping us give men a better chance of beating prostate cancer.”
4Days Marches is the world’s largest walking achievement event. Over 45,000 participants with more than 70 different nationalities, from as young as 11 to over 90, come to Nijmegen every year to walk 30, 40 or 50 kilometres for four days.
Pictured Nigel, Martin Davies Prostate Project Trustee & Bernard Searle, Worshipful Master of the Stoneleigh Coronation Lodge