Shelley Signs cycle for prostate cancer charity
Shelley Signs director, Rob Shelley, is getting on his bike to promote awareness of prostate cancer – the most common cancer in men - and raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK, a charity that fights to help more men survive it and enjoy a better quality of life.
Rob owns Market Drayton based sign maker, Shelley Signs and later this month will be taking to the hills around Malmesbury in Wiltshire to ride 25 miles with four friends, collectively known as the Wibbly Wobbly Webster's Wheelers, in support of their friend Ian Webster, who was recently diagnosed with the disease.
Prostate cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in men and more than 10,000 die in the UK every year as a direct result of the disease, and man aged 50 has a 1 in 11 chance of being diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime.
Here’s comedian Ricky Gervais talking about the radio spot he recorded on behalf of Prostate Cancer UK that when aired influenced me go and have a check up with my own doctor. And so should you.
The Wibbly Wobbly Webster's Wheelers will all be pedalling together to support Prostate Cancer UK, and if you would like to join in and make a donation please visit the Wibbly Wobbly Webster's Wheelers fund-raising page.
Now pick up the telephone and make an appointment to see your own doctor for a prostate cancer check. And don’t worry; it’s all done with blood samples these days!
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