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Angel Alethea

Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

Angel Alethea

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Leonie Lomas

Total raised

£47.50

+ £5.63 Gift Aid

47 Complete
47% of £100.00 target
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I’m walking 10,000 steps this March for Cancer Research UK in memory of my nan. I've chosen to quit smoking today too so great opportunity to keep fit and help me quit

In memory of

Nannie Lee

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This March I’m walking 10,000 steps a day to raise money for cancer research. My angel in the sky, Alethea, was my nan or nannie Lee as she was known. She was taken from this world by cancer so now we have to fight back. More research is vital and will save lives. Please help me raise funds for more life saving research. Even £1 will help.

Latest updates

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Leonie Lomas

2019-03-31T13:44:45+00:00

Day 31: Mission accomplished. I have marched my way through March for cancer and gone 31 days without a cigarette. I know my nan will be so proud of me.

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Leonie Lomas

2019-03-30T16:23:04+00:00

Day 30: penultimate walk of my March for cancer challenge.

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Leonie Lomas

2019-03-29T18:05:28+00:00

Day 29: All done for today. 2 days left to get your donations in please. £1 is all I'm asking for towards a great cause.

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Leonie Lomas

2019-03-28T18:30:16+00:00

Day 28: only 3 days left and 4 weeks without a cigarette. This challenge has been a great distraction

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Leonie Lomas

2019-03-27T21:13:25+00:00

Day 27: All done

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Leonie Lomas

2019-03-26T21:48:28+00:00

Day 26: All finished for today

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