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Shine London 2018 - Full Marathon
22 Sep 2018

A member of Angela's team

Angela's Giving Page

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Angela Banford

Total raised

£591.00

+ £102.50 Gift Aid

227 Complete
227% of £260.00 target
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I'm walking at Shine Night Walk to help beat cancer

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Nicky Corteen

2018-09-23T08:34:44+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done girls and you finished smiling. Xx

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Anonymous

2018-09-22T13:56:04+00:00

£31.00

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Diane Cutler

2018-09-22T13:50:59+00:00

£25.00

Go girls!! Everyone will be so proud of your achievement. Take care out there😘😘

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Anonymous

2018-09-21T22:50:09+00:00

£40.00

Good Luck Ladies! Hope the weather is kinder than you are expecting but knowing Angela you'll laugh your way round anyway. Well done to you both.xx

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Julie Webster

2018-09-21T17:39:33+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck! Hope it’s dry.

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Karen Crinyion

2018-09-21T17:20:55+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck tomorrow night!

Total raised£591.00

Online£591.00

Offline£0.00

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Breast cancer

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