24 Dec 2018

Cold water Plunge in Lapland

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Alana K Farrow

Total raised


+ £15.00 Gift Aid

20 Complete
20% of £500.00 target

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We are fundraising to raise money for Cancer Research UK by taking a plunge in FREEZING cold water in Lapland!

In memory of

Colin Dickinson

Holiday in Lapland over Christmas and we thought it will not only be a laugh for our friends and family (and a step up from the can you lift your weight in a bucket challenge which I fell for) but an amazing opportunity to help a charity that is so important and close to my family's heart. We lost Colin Dickinson, my granddad to Cancer 3 years ago...his birthday is coming up in Jan and I hope that maybe by watching (and re-watching as my family love to do when I do something crazy) maybe this will put a smile on their faces...and everyone else over Christmas!

So what are we doing you ask? Jumping in a FREEZING cold water hole in swimsuits on Christmas eve (I think Spence will chicken out!)
p.s yes it is in swimsuits

Thank you for visiting my Fundraising Page. The money I raise will help fund life-saving research and to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

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Alana K Farrow


£100 Good job you guys!!! Thank you so much, We are doing so well!! :) Let's keep the momentum going? please share this with your friends! Again will post a video on Christmas Eve so we can have a laugh. x


David Loach



+£5.00 Gift Aid



Miriam Turner



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck 😃😃

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Alana K Farrow


£75... in first few days? amazing effort guys thank you soooo much!? :) Will post the video on Christmas eve x


Kerry Liach




Oliver Hicks



Total raised£100.00



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