In 2008 David Cameron (not the Prime Minister) was diagnosed with Advanced Prostate Cancer. His life expectancy at the time was thought to be between 18 months and 3 years.
However, thanks to the magnificent support he received from the Oncology and Urology Departments at the Royal United Hospital Bath (RUH Bath) and the continuing development of new treatments funded, in part, by Cancer Research UK, David is still here – and relatively fit and well!
On 8th June 2016 David is setting off from the Royal United Hospital Bath. He is taking his 1998 Yamaha TDM 850 and heading on a journey and riding the long way round the British Coast in order to raise money for Forever Friends (the charity for RUH Bath) and Cancer Research UK.
His trip is estimated to take around 3 or 4 weeks.
Fowlers of Bristol is proud to sponsor David’s journey by supplying his first tank of fuel, clothing and servicing. We wish him the best of luck!
Show your support for David and the incredible work his chosen charities undertake by visiting his fundraising page or by clicking the button below.