Sternians Cycle King Alfred’s Way for Anthony Nolan Trust

UPDATE: The Team completed the 220 mile route in 4 days and smashed their £1,00 target, raising over £4,000!

Sternians Will Ashley (2018, Summerfield), William Grose (2018, Summerfield), Angus Milnes-James (2018, Summerfield), Tye Rath (2018, Sutton), Ryan Sakellariou (2018, Hazelveare), Jamie Simmons (2018, Summerfield) and Toby Williams (2018, Summerfield) set off on 11th August to take on a 350K cycle over 3-4 days in support of the Anthony Nolan Trust, especially for their friend and Sternian, Billy Densham, who is being treated for lymphoma.

The Anthony Nolan Trust saves the lives of people with blood cancer. Founded in 1974, by growing a register of stem cell donors, conducting research and supporting patients, Anthony Nolan cures blood cancer and blood disorders.

The team started in Farnham to take on King Alfred’s Way which takes them mostly off road, via Winchester, Salisbury, Swindon, Reading and they aim to be back to Farnham on Sunday. To find out more and to donate if you would like to visit