X4 JFL Golf Day in Memory of Jeremy

On 2nd April 2017, over 90 members, friends and family turned up at Bramley Golf Club to remember Jeremy at the X4 JFL Golf Day  – named after his beloved car. It was a beautiful day, the course looked lovely, the starter hut and noticeboard were so well crafted – a really amazing tribute to Jeremy. And, the competition was More →

Angeline – The First Jeremy Lucas Education Fund Student

Angeline, born in 2002, is one of 4 children and lives in Archers Post in northern Kenya. In 2016, one week before Angeline was to take her final year primary school exams (KCPE), her father passed away. Despite this traumatic event, Angeline not only chose to continue with her exams but scored 330/500 giving her joint second place at Girgir More →

7-Year Old Isaac Runs For Charity

Many of you have followed the whole cancer journey with me and Jeremy. And last week I learnt that a young man was running one mile for Race for Life – raising money for Cancer Research UK. This was as part of Park Mead’s fundraising efforts to raise £100 for the charity – in fact, as of this morning they More →

Compassion for Nature

Guest Blogpost by Shivani Bhalla (Founder and Director of Ewaso Lions) Our planet is under severe threat. Large swathes of wilderness is being lost and wildlife numbers are plummeting all across the globe. Rapid urbanisation leading to animal habitat loss, poaching and bushmeat hunting of wildlife are just a number of things exacerbating the situation. Picture this. A large African More →

Cancer and the (Fatigued) Mind (Part 5)

The last 10 days have been really tough with J in hospital – and I was beginning to feel somewhat overwhelmed and tired with it all. Turning to the old trusted friend Google, I researched some of my symptoms and thoughts – and would you believe – they have a term for it! “Carer Fatigue” According to the website http://www.webmd.boots.com/caring/guide/carer-fatigue More →