The Evan Parry Challenge is a 3-day cycle ride starting in Fareham and finishing at Lands End. It starts on Friday 28th October and will finish on Sunday 30th October. The aim of the challenge is to raise £4,000 for Evan’s treatment.

Evan Parry is a local boy from Gosport who was diagnosed with leukemia at just the age of 4. In May 2012, Evan and his family were told he was getting better and his life would return to normality. Sadly 5 years later after another hospital visit, Evan was re-diagnosed with leukemia. On hearing this David Haste and Evan’s father, John, got together and organised the 3-day cycle ride to raise money for Evans treatment.

The team have been preparing for the cycle ride over the last ten weeks by training hard around their day jobs. Joining David on the ride are fellow workmates and friends Darren Magnus, Rick Stanley, John Curtis, Stuart Moore, Darren Farley with Lee Hall and Glen Peach going along to support the riders.

Aerial Direct have kindly donated £2,000 to help the family beat their target of £4,000.

You can still donate to Evans Just Giving page by clicking here.

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Pictured left to right: Darren Magnus, Stuart Moore, Rick Stanley, Operations Director Gary Strickland Smith, Account Manager Natasha Parry, David Haste, John Curtis and Darren Farley.