Bradford 5k 2019
18 May 2019

Aurelie's Race for Life

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Aurelie Delee

Total raised


+ £16.25 Gift Aid

104 Complete
104% of £150.00 target

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My motivation is, i have lost family members and friends due to cancer in the past and this is my chance to help

In memory of

Michel and Tonton Dede

I'm from France and been to the country on and off since 2006. I'm lucky to have a very supportive family, so when my uncle was diagnosed with Cancer, we were there for him, unfortunately, he passed few years ago. I will always remember him as a lovely and caring man. Few years ago,I met an amazing man, a family friend who had a passion for fishing. He would wake up early to go out to sea with my Dad, he was in his 90s, although he didn't look it. This disease took over and passed not long after he found out.
I know too many people who have gone and some are lucky to be still with us and I'm so grateful to have had those people in my life.
Few months ago, I dislocated my knee, it was a painful recovery, but my physio gave me the all clear as long as I go steady. So, this race will be very special as I will be running for all of them and running for people that I don't even know who are struggling with this disease.
So let's do it together to beat Cancer!

Latest updates


mary garside



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Chris Delee



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Nathan Towler



My gran has this money put aside, my grandad died from cancer so she asked me to put it on.


Joe Delee



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck. Joe. Ang. Fynn. Jess. Kayne.


Dave Armstrong



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Stephen Hall




Total raised£156.00



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