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Wakefield Pretty Muddy Kids 2019
15 Jun 2019

Amelia's Race for Life

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Amelia Coultas

(page managed by Vicky Gilbank-Thornton)

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£10.00

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10% of £100.00 target
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I'm taking on a Race for Life because I have lost my grandad from this horrible disease. I would like to help cancer research to find ways to help others defeat this.

In memory of

Derek Pullman (my grandad)

Cancer is happening right now, which is why I'm taking part in a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money and save lives.

My family and I have suffered from our close friends and family being diagnosed and I would love to support them to get rid of this. Some have fought this and rang the bell but unfortunately others didn't get to that part of their journey, sadly. This is why I wanna do this for them and others and their family members. So they don't get upset like I have and I was just very unlucky when this happened.

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Cheryl Walker

2019-05-09T19:50:42+00:00

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Go do grandad proud amelia xxx love you xx

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Amelia Coultas

2019-05-09T18:51:53+00:00

My family and I have suffered from our close friends and family being diagnosed and I would love to support them to get rid of this. Some have fought this and rang the bell but unfortunately others didn't get to that part of their journey, sadly. This is why I wanna do this for them and others and their family members. So they don't get upset like I have and I was just very unlucky when this happened.

Total raised£10.00

Online£10.00

Offline£0.00

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