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Austin & Robin Coulber

London - Morden Park Pretty Muddy Kids 2019
31 Aug 2019

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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer sooner

In memory of


Austin, Robin and Iris’ lovely grandma died of cancer in May. We all really miss her. We know we can’t bring her back but the best thing we can do is to raise money to help find more treatments and maybe even a cure for this horrible disease.

Austin and Robin have decided to take on the Cancer Research Muddy Kids challenge at Morden Park on 31st August and are hoping to raise lots of money by getting completely filthy! Please sponsor them - and you’re very welcome to join them for the event too. Sign up here:
It will be lots of fun!
Thank you xx

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Jane Allen



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Very well done boys! I hope you both enjoyed getting muddy as well!


Eleanor Coulber



From Ann H


Stewart Sanson



Judith and Stewart also miss Sue.


Naomi Lowe



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done muddy boys. Your Grandma would be so proud of you. x


Reverend Mike Burns



Thank you very much for helping me with my sermon this morning at Christ Church about how vital water was to clean you both and for Sophie’s baptism!


Hiroko Turner



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done, Austin & Robin! I was very impressed with your presentation today at Christ Church.

Total raised£2,170.00



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