Kennington striker, and SCEFL stalwart, Gary Lockyer, is taking on a huge challenge next month when entering a gruelling Duathlon in order to raise money for the charity ‘Mind’.
Lockyer was at the top of the scoring charts when football stopped at the end of last year but his golden boots won’t help him here as he takes to the road on both a bike and his own two feet.
Via his Just Giving page Gary has revealed his challenge and the reasons for it here:
I will be completing a duathlon on March the 21st for Mind Charity. This is a 10km run 40km cycle and 5km run. I am aiming to complete this in 2 hours or under and for every minute I go over I will add money to the fundraising.
I have chosen Mind charity, as everyone has been affected by mental health personally or through friends and family and believe it has been such a tough time for everyone over the last year. So my aim is to raise as much money and awareness as possible for such an important charity for everyone.
You are never alone.
If you are in a position to support him on this challenge please visit the Just Giving page here
Best of luck Gary!
We’re Mind, the mental health charity, working across England & Wales. We believe no one should face a mental health problem alone. We’re here for you. Whether you’re stressed, depressed or in crisis. We’ll listen, give support & advice, & fight your corner. Thanks for fundraising for national Mind.
Charity Registration No. 219830
Main Photo Credit: @BigWelshPaul