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Stoke On Trent Pretty Muddy 5k 2018
16 Sep 2018

Abigail's Race for Life

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Abigail Jackson

Total raised

£10.00

+ £0.00 Gift Aid

6 Complete
6% of £150.00 target
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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer sooner...

In memory of

Ann Jackson

Cancer is an illness that has ruined the lives of many, it’s taken someone special away from many families and friendship groups. Many of the times them soldiers have been taken away to soon!

When I was younger my nan was taken away from our family changing it for life... at that age I never really understood what cancer was. As I have grown up more people within my family, friends and even customers at work have had the diagnosis, some can say they beat cancer and some still to this day are battling through.

I am running this race to honour my nan, with the hopes that through her memory any money raised will continue to go into research and help those who are currently going through such a difficult stage within their lives to give them hope that cancer will become like a cold! All you need is some medicine and you’ll be ok!

So I am asking if anyone has anything to spare, 10p, £1, £10 please sponsor me and help beat cancer! All money raised Arnold Clark will be matching!xx

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Cancer Research UK

2018-04-28T09:19:24+00:00

1st

donation

Well done Abigail, you got your first donation!

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Elaine Harrison

2018-04-28T09:18:45+00:00

£10.00

Total raised£10.00

Online£10.00

Offline£0.00

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