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Stacey Tansley

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posted 1 year ago

I love Amanda and Duncan. The treatments and services they provide are absolutely amazing. I've had beauty treatments, massages and Reiki with Amanda and she has helped me through some horrendous times. I would highly recommend Amanda and Duncan.

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Duncan’s mountain bike challenge for Wounded Royal Marines

Duncan’s mountain bike challenge for Wounded Royal Marines

Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund Help Our Wounded Royal Marines

On Saturday 13th September 2014 our very own Duncan Batchelor will be setting out from his home town of Heathfield in East Sussex, travelling 140 miles across the South Downs Way and beyond to finish at the Royal Marines museum in Portsmouth, within 24 hours. He’s been practising in all weathers from horizontal rain to hot summers days. You can see his route below, and will be able to follow him on the day on his facebook page, using live tracking from Runtastic.

You can help him to raise money by sponsoring him at: www.justgiving.com/RM350.

Donate £5 or more to get entered into a prize draw to win a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet.

 

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