Brothers Greg and Jude plan to row across the Atlantic next year to raise thousands of pounds for skin cancer research - watch their video to find out more.
|26 May 2017|
Grey Bailey (Walhampton 2000-2003) and his half brother Jude Massey are aiming to raise £100,000 for skin cancer research by rowing 3,000 miles unaccompanied across the Atlantic. They are doing this in memory of their father/stepfather, Peter Massey, who sadly lost his 16 year battle with skin cancer in 2015. Please take a look at their film to find out more about their impressive challenge - both sailing and fundraising.
"Brothers Jude and Greg coming together and battling the full force of the Atlantic Ocean on this tremendous voyage for such a moving and deeply touching cause is an inspiration to any family suffering the loss of a loved one to skin cancer. Go boldly into that dark night Ocean Brothers!" Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE, The World’s Greatest Explorer.
“It is a huge challenge to attempt this crossing unsupported and I admire the brothers' courage and determination so much. And their support of the British Skin Foundation is so pertinent to many of us. Never give up.” Bear Grylls, British Adventurer.