My dad was a great man that i looked up to. Always supportive and kind towards others, he gave up his time to do many things to help the community including teaching children football at a local footie club - until cancer struck. He was diagnosed with oesophagael cancer and went through chemotherapy. it took its toll on his health but never took his fight away. He beat it! A rarer form of cancer and he beat it! He was in remission for a while, loving life and making each day count but eventually the cancer came back in his liver and legs - it was terminal. On 8th April 2015 my dad passed away from cancer after a very long fight. During his last few weeks, Kemp hospice provided care and support right up until he died. They were amazing and made him feel comfortable and cared for up until his last breath. They do this daily for families in bereavement and those suffering from terminal illness, it's an amazing, selfless charity. I am so grateful for everything they did and now I want to do something for them. I am cycling from London to Paris - 300 miles in just 4 days! I need help to smash my £2000 target which will go a very long well to helping Kemp hospice provide terminal patients, like my dad, with all the care and support they need in their last fight.