Fitness February
February 2019

Ann takes on Fitness February

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Ann Lewis

Total raised


+ £77.50 Gift Aid

180 Complete
180% of £200.00 target

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I'm taking on Fitness February to raise money for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

I’m taking on Fitness February, an epic 28-day exercise challenge for Cancer Research UK. Help me raise money to fund life-saving cancer research by sponsoring me. Fighting cancer through 2015 has made me look at life in a different way , I was nieve to how cancer will take everything from you and how it effects everyone I did not notice how many of my friends and family would and have suffered from this evil illness . I needed and still need to make a difference . I pray and hope everyday that it’s not going to come back the fear sometimes takes over , I’m lucky to have such amazing family and friends others are not so lucky. So by rasing money to help with the research is what I can do. I hope that I will never have to face this evil bitch again but if I do I can be positive and hopeful that one day we will find a cure . I’m doing this for all my family , friends and everyone else who has this fight on their hands . Please help me raise as much as we can thank you again

Latest updates


Charis Day



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Very proud ! Lots of love from me and Jay


Rebecca Newman



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Annie! Love from Rebecca and William XX


Lucy Cain




Jeannette Holzinger



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Nicola King



Good Luck Annie xx


Laura Hails



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Go smash it!! Amazed by you xx

Total raised£360.00



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