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Alison's Race for Life

Wakefield Pretty Muddy 5k 2019
15 Jun 2019

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Alison's Race for Life

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Alison Normanton

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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer

I’m not a runner!

I want to get fit, one of the girls says, who wants to sign up to the Park Run at Bingley?

Yes, why not the others say, how about you Alison? “NO THANKS, I’m not a runner - I’m a dancer and go to Tap class. I don’t want to get up on a Saturday morning and meet at 9am to run. I want to lie in bed and watch TV!

Well they’re all enjoying it I’m glad to say.
So how come I am now listening to Sarah Millican talking me through Couch Potato to 5K as I run/walk along the canal?!

Let’s do Pretty Muddy they said it’ll be fun and it’s for a good cause.

After ignoring their messages for long enough I thought I really should do this, to give something back after all the help, support and kindness I’d received 9 years ago.

So supported by another great friend I’m in training! Only problem is Pretty Muddy is on Saturday 15th June! HELP! 😬

I’m not a runner but I’ll try my best 🏃‍♀️, in return please help me raise funds for a very worthy cause that is very dear to my heart - love Alison 💖😘

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