Kerry's Coastal Legacy Miles

Kerry Outlaw a local Sherston girl was just 45 years old when she passed away suddenly on May 8th 2020 just 2 weeks after being given a terminal cancer diagnosis. Kerry was married to Phil and they have 2 children, Mia who turned 14 just two days after Kerry’s passing, and Evie 10. Kerry had fought this cruel disease over the last year and was brave and stoic until the end. It has come as such a shock to us all, her leaving us so suddenly.

Kerry was a wonderful devoted mother and wife. She worked extremely hard building up her own mobile beauty therapy business, Beauty@Home and was highly respected by all. A loyal, wise, and strong woman, her love for her family was clear for all to see.

We are raising money to provide a “Memory Fund Pot” for her girls Mia and Evie in Kerry’s memory. This we hope will help to take away some of the financial worries Phil may have and prevent this being a barrier to creating memories in the future for the girls. We would love Phil to be able to have the reassurance that the girls for example would be able to go on future school trips, events and activities all of which are so important as part of their school life. Prom dresses, driving lessons and holiday treats being other examples of what the fund could help towards.

So, how do we need your help? On Saturday 11th July 2020 members of the Sherston Velo of which Phil is an active member along with friends and family are going to cycle, run, walk (other means are more than welcome – the more innovative, the better!) the equivalent to Britain’s coastal roads of 5,017 miles. If you would like to take part in helping achieve the miles, please sign up on GoFundMe and become a Team Member - to achieve the target we area going to need as many people involved as possible.

Or if you would simply just like to make a donation without taking part in the challenge then please feel free to do so by clicking on Donate.

If you need any assistance or guidance in getting involved, then please feel free to contact the Chief Organiser - Tim Watson at

We would really love to be able to mark the success of this amazing challenge in some way but obviously due to the current situation we will have to play this by ear and will keep you all informed of developments regarding this.


We will shortly be publishing further details with regards to the organisation of the day, including suggested routes, whilst respecting the current Government and British Cycling Guidance

It would be so much appreciated to have your support in whichever way that you wish to create an amazing legacy in Kerry’s memory for her girls.


Thank you.