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Perthshire pensioners complete epic 225-mile cycle challenge for charity

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Two Perthshire pensioners, fast approaching their 70th birthdays, have successfully completed an epic, 225-mile cycle challenge around the Big County - and beyond - to help raise cash for prostate cancer.Jim Thomas, of Catmoor Road, Scone, and Davie Ramsay, of Langside Road, Perth, were taking part in the Grand Lodge of Scotland “Make it a Million” appeal in aid of Prostate Scotland.That involved them cycling to the 17 lodges in the Province of Perthshire East, along with one in the Province of Fife and Kinross, where they were presented with cheques, so far totalling almost £1000, along with messages of support.At the same time, the pair, who have been likened to Jack and Victor in the hit TV series ‘Still Game’ because of their friendly banter, set up a JustGiving page on Facebook.That has already raised hundreds of pounds to help fund research into Scotland’s most common cancer.Jim is a past master of Lodge Scoon and Perth No.

3 and Davie is a master mason of Lodge Stormont No. 1524. Both have had their own health challenges to face in the past.And Jim is currently awaiting more tests before he begins his own prostate cancer treatment.Following a scan at Dundee’s Ninewells Hospital and further investigations at PRI, the 68-year-old was told just last week that biopsy results had proved positive.“This is a charity very close to both of our hearts,” Jim explained yesterday.“One in every two men in Scotland will suffer from prostate problems of some sort or other in their lifetime, while one in 10 is at risk of contracting cancer.“The good news, however, is that more men are surviving the disease - and there is a welcome increase in the numbers seeking early diagnosis.“We still want to see more people coming forward and

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