St Albans 5k 2018
22 Jul 2018

Amyjo's Race for Life

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Amyjo Lambe

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to kick Cancers Butt Quicker

Cancer is happening right now, which is why I'm taking part in a Race for Life 5k to raise money and save lives.

Unfortunately Cancer took the life of the Matriarch of my family Nanny Sylvia Kelly and her eldest daughter My Aunt Grace Kelly (coolest name ever). The devastation this caused them, their children and relatives is unbearable to think and I am raising money to try and help kick cancers ugly fat A*** quicker. Send that crap straight back down to hell never to return.

I am so very proud of how my family and one of my closest friends have dealt with their nearest and dearests battles however I would do anything in the world to make this horrible thing go away and not put anyone else through this ever again.

That at present isnt a reality however by donating we can all help to try and find the cure.

So Please Please Please spare whatever you can to help towards getting the cure for the most evil unforgiving painful thing that ever existed and encouraging someone who can hardly run for a bus to hopefully run the 5k!

Thank you all so much in advance.

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