Six year old Colwyn Bay girl will be undertaking a 18.6 mile cycling challenge to raise money for her local adult’s hospice, to thank them for helping to care for Nana.

On Friday 28th August,  Millie Jones will be cycling the coastal path from Colwyn Bay to Rhyl and back to raise funds for St David’s Hospice.

Accompanied by family, she already in training for her big day cycling the local cycle paths on her new bike, an early and much welcomed birthday present. So far through her sponsorship page, she has raised £750.

Speaking about her challenge, Millie said:

“The furthest I have ridden is 9.5 miles, so I have got a lot of training to do to be able to do nearly 20 miles.

“I am doing this because my Nana Janet has got cancer and St David’s Hospice have helped my Nana Janet feel better by doing special treatments for her.

“They still look after her and they do an amazing job. I want my Nana to feel better by me doing this, because I know it will make her happy and she will be proud of me.

“I will do lots of exercise for it and I will not let her down.  I am going to do this. I love my Nana lots. Hopefully, the money I raise will let Nana and other special people have treatments and care that makes them feel better.”

You can sponsor Millie at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/millie-grace6