Luton lads' Jurassic Lark for Miscarriage Association

An ambitious Luton school governor and his friend are roaring into action to tackle a European car rally for The Miscarriage Association.

Thursday, 26th July 2018, 7:06 pm
Updated Friday, 27th July 2018, 4:14 pm
Jurassic Lark

Darren Debock, 32, and his pal Ian White, of Toddington, are taking on The Two Ball Rally in a bright Renault Clio that has been given a daring dinosaur makeover.

Team ‘Jurassic Lark’ will be starting the rally in France, travelling to Italy, then back to southern France and finishing in Barcelona - a gruelling four days in a hot car!

Darren, governor at Bramingham Primary School, said: “We decided to get involved, as Ian and I are both really into cars. During the course of planning it, my family were hit by miscarriage and the money we raise will be going to The Miscarriage Association.

Jurassic Lark

“Miscarriage is something that’s really common but not a lot of people talk about it, so we hope to raise awareness and cash; our target is £1,500 and so far we have reached just over £1,000.”

Jurassic Park being an iconic film, Darren and Ian thought the bright colours red, green and yellow would certainly help their car and campaign stand out.

> www.justgiving.com/fundraising/teamjurassiclark. Or you can donate by texting REXX68 then your amount £1 to 70070

Ian and Darren are ready for adventure!