Pretty Muddy Manchester 5K 2017
8 Jul 2017

April's fundraising page

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April Scrymgeour

Total raised


+ £25.00 Gift Aid

118 Complete
118% of £200.00 target

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In memory of

Ann scrymgeour

25 Mar 1949 - 07 Apr 2016

My mums story .... my mum was diagnosed with stomach cancer in may 2014 after multiple visits to the doctor. she had to undergo chemo and then also have her stomach removed, 9 month later there wasn't much improvement in her health so we went back to the hospital they did a further scan and found a growth in her osophegus, the outcome was they gave her months to live. This was the worst time of my life and my other siblings and loved ones, She put up a very strong fight but sadly past away in April last year. My mum passed away in doctor kershaws I couldn't be more greatful if I tried to all the nurses and everyone who helped my mum through the worst time of her life and also supported our family through this Terrible time. We raised over £400 from my mums funeral which I am pleased about wish i could donate a lot more. My mum was a very caring person and the best mum and grandmother anybody could wish for we miss her dearly. I am doing this for my
Mum and for everybody else who has lost a loved one from this terrible disease ... thank you in advance for your donations xx

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Jade Oakes



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Jade Oakes



+£20.00 Gift Aid

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April Scrymgeour




Tanya Scrymgeour



Love you mum x


Daniel Gillan




Nicola Woodlock



+£2.50 Gift Aid

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Total raised£237.00



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