Cain Leathem

Support my D-Day Challenge

In honour of our forefathers as well as current servicemen who have bravely fought to protect our way of life, I will be taking on the D-Day Challenge to raise vital funds for life-changing mental health treatment for veterans.

The D-Day 44 Challenge commemorates the 1944 Allied invasion of occupied France. I will be heading to Normandy, to race across its picturesque beaches, finishing at the historic Pegasus Bridge on the 80th anniversary of D-Day, 6 June 2024.

Combat Stress is the UK's leading charity for veterans' mental health. For over a century, they've helped former servicemen and women deal with issues like trauma, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Today, they provide support to veterans from every service and every conflict.

I’m taking on D-Day Challenge to help take vital strides towards ensuring veterans can get the support they need.

Thank you so much for your support.

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Raised £250

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Raised £750

Raised £1000

Reached Fundraising Goal

My Updates

I was there for the 75th and I'll be there for the 80th

Tuesday 1st Aug
Remembering those brave heroes that went ashore and from above in Normandy in 1944. They include my Granda Sapper William Leathem, upon Sword Beach on the 6th June. Thank you to all that have given. It WILL make a difference to our Veterans.

D Day walk across the beaches of Normandy

Tuesday 1st Aug
To Remember and Honour those who went ashore (and from the air) ... including my own Grandfather, on what be 80 years since that day in history. 

To raise much needed funds to help and support those who still carry the memories, and sometimes demons, of their time in service.

To those that gave so much... I wish to give back.

Please, if you can, please support our brave men and women of HM Armed Forces 🙏 

Lest We Forget 

Thank you ALL   x

Thank you to my Sponsors


Priory Park Boxing Club



Donating to remember those who have given their lives in service to protect our country, our values and our freedom - all of which is so easily taken for granted. I am also taking the time to remember Cain and how much he has given to so many of us during his lifetime, occasionally at his personal expense since he wears his heart on his sleeve. He is often under appreciated, always effective and never unethical. We must protect this man and support his efforts. :) with lots of love and respect, from your glamorous ulcerative colitis success story


Simon Lobina

Good luck !!!


James Perks

Great cause 🙌🏻


Joe Billingham

Great cause Cain 👍


Keith Rudd


James Enfield

Showing some love to coach and brave soldiers.


Pradeep Duggal


Gemma Wilkins

Amazing cause, supporting you 100%


Sam Williams

Looking forward to seeing you Run!


Mark Elliott

Good luck to a true hero raising money for true heroes.




The White Therapy

I know this is a cause close to your heart. Thank you for giving Cian and I the opportunity to support you Cain. Hope your training hard.


Steven Frazer

Good luck Cain, I'm sure you'll smash it and some 👍


Jo Quin

Good on you mate. Great cause.


Ian Comerford

Good luck mate. Great cause.


Nicki Howarth-pollard

Great cause, Cain! Wish we could give more but here's a bit extra for the fund. Proud of you, love! Nicki, David and Monty x


Samantha Tughan




Paul Gough

All the best with it pal 💪👏


Michelle Quigley

Good Luck Cain I know you’ll smash it. What a great cause.


Jayne Reed

Good luck!! 🍀


Justine Roden


Danni Bayley


Charlie Anderson

Best of luck mate. Hope this helps 😀👍


Laura J

Best of luck today, Cain! 🍀🙏


David Le Grys

A good cause mate


Ben Flint



Payment made on behalf of Matthew Davis... Postman Pat LOL


Pauline Weaver

Good luck Cain!


Claire Pecksen

Best of luck Cain


Julian Scott



Congratulations 👏🏻


Matt Lightfoot


Tom Abdilla

Well done Mr GB 🇬🇧 all for a great cause


Jonathan Symes


Jules Bowley

Very proud of you


Sheridan Parker



Alex Taylor

All the best Cain.


Sharon Bannister

Not much but every little helps ! Good luck x