Bath 10k 2017
11 Jun 2017

A member of We're Trying

Alice's fundraising page

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Alice Carr

Total raised


+ £33.13 Gift Aid


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Ok so two of my house mates, the lovely Molly and Hannah, and I have lost our minds and signed up to the Race for Life 10K.
It will be a challenge for me as Diabetes can make physical excursion that little bit harder, but it will be a challenge especially for Molly due to her diagnosis of ME/CFS 5 years ago. We are all very proud of her for signing up for this and will do everything we can to make sure she crosses that finish line (Hannah work on your upper body strength m8).
Cancer is something that affects almost everyone these days, whether it be themselves or someone they love getting diagnosed. I know it's a cause that's particularly close to my and my families heart and that's part of my motivation for running the race.
Due to the high possibility of us having to stop, our team name is 'We're Trying'. Any donations, big or small, are very welcome for this excellent cause.

Latest updates


Cathy E-S



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck all of you. Well done for trying xxx


Lisa Stafford



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Alice. Go girls you will be brilliant ???love lisa


Michelle Clegg



+£1.25 Gift Aid

You're very trying!!! Love Auntie Michelle, xxx





+£5.00 Gift Aid

Louise Carr



+£12.50 Gift Aid

You never cease to amaze us. We know you'll do it . We're so very proud of you ( take plenty of lucozade with you! Hoho!!) love Mum, Dad & Sam xxx


Joan Clegg



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Very proud of what you are doing
love nan and grandad xx

Total raised£132.50



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