Cardiff 5k 2021
19 Sep 2021

Amy's Race for Life

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Amy Gudge-Smith

(page managed by Zoe Fletcher)

Total raised


+ £36.25 Gift Aid

188 Complete
188% of £100.00 target

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

In memory of


As a lot of you know, we lost our Grandsha this year on the 7th March 2021, leaving behind our Gran, his daughters, granddaughters, great-grandaughters and was just 11 days short of meeting his great-grandson.
This was the 2nd time Grandsha had been diagnosed with cancer and after fighting with everything he had, during a pandemic where services were closed he unfortunately couldn't beat it this time. He had prostate cancer twice which had then spread.
We're doing this for him and for all the families just like us who have been hit so heavily by the big C word.
Nobody should have to go through what we all went through and we want to join the fight to get rid of this horrible disease once and for all. We may need to walk, not run but this 5k will get done!
The statistic that 1 in 2 people will now get cancer is unacceptable so we need your help to change this.
Please consider sponsoring us, no amount is too little and it'll mean so much to us.
Thank you for reading and for your support.
Lots of love,
Amy, Zoe, Libby, Anabelle and Samuel Bobby xx

Latest updates


Mr and Mrs Rossiter




Miss D



You go girls! So proud of you! 👊🏽💕


Helen and Terry








Richard Watters



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Sarah Sergeant



+£1.25 Gift Aid

All the Best for tomorrow!! Xx

Total raised£188.00



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