2020 Great North Run
13 Sep 2020

Aishlinn's Giving Page

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Aishlinn Creer

Total raised


+ £47.50 Gift Aid

69 Complete
69% of £750.00 target

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In memory of

My Dad Phil .... a lover of music, a pint of lager and Everton Football Club

20 Nov 1947 - 05 Mar 2002

I lost my Dad in 2002 following his battle with lung cancer. Anyone that's watched someone they love fight this horrible disease will know how devastating it is. He was just 54 years old.

My Dad a lover of a pint of lager, music and Everton Football Club. He enjoyed all sports but watching from the comfort of his arm chair though not actively participating!.

He played bass guitar in a band in his youth and brought us to listening to all kinds of music including ELO, The Hollies, Pink Floyd. He refused to buy me a Nolan Sisters album when I was younger but did buy me my first album, Rio by Duran Duran !

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Sarah Baynton



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good Luck Aishlinn - You'll Smash It! xxxx


Rachael Hall



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Amazing effort - go smash it!


Sharon Westwell



You will smash it !! Aish wishing all the love n luck in the world - your dad would be so proud of. you 💪🏼😜😘 xxx





+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done, Aish! Another big challenge to aim for - we both lost our Dad's in their 50's, so I salute you - Wonder Woman does it again! X


Deirdre Brumby




Dave Kinrade



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Total raised£520.00



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