London - Blackheath 5k 2019
30 Jun 2019

A member of FJ's Fillies 2019

Angela, Sandra & Aimee’s Race for Life

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Angela Fraser

Total raised


+ £75.00 Gift Aid

300 Complete
300% 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


Last year FJ’s Fillies completed the Walk for Life on Blackheath with our dear friend Francine who was suffering with Pancreatic cancer. She completed the walk on a scorcher of a day with the same courage that she fought this awful disease, determined to cross the finishing line unaided and on her own two feet.

Sadly Francine lost her brave fight a couple of months later.

This year Angela, Sandra and Aimee will be amongst an even larger group of FJ’s Fillies. We will be walking in memory of Francine, to raise as much as possible for Cancer Research so they can find ways of stopping cancer taking away our loved ones. We know she will be with us.

As we share so many family and friends we thought it would be easier for everyone if we have one fund raising pot for your kind donations. Any donation will be very much appreciated.

Aimee Sandra & Angela

Latest updates


Robert Fraser



+£40.00 Gift Aid

Good luck girls,

See half way round

Robert and John


Shirley Percy



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck girls love Mum


Angela Fraser



+£20.00 Gift Aid

Thank you to the good people at Fraserbury last week who so kindly donated while they partied. Thank you so much xxx


Woody & Paige



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Best of luck to you and all your team!
A great cause.


Carmen Drain



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go Ange!!! Xx

Total raised£300.00



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