Shine London 2018 - Half Marathon
22 Sep 2018

Avital's Giving Page

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Avital Acton

Total raised


+ £58.25 Gift Aid

155 Complete
155% of £150.00 target

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I'm walking at Shine Night Walk in the fight to beat cancer.

In memory of

Leah Bankay

"Fly as High as you can, spread your wings and go... Discover new things every time".

when we took this picture with my mummy I was 6 years old. Dressed up as a Butterfly. I'm Raising money for Breast Cancer UK in memory of my mummy. I will take part in "Shine walk London" The Cancer Research UK marathon night walk. I will start my daily walks with my daughters to school and back and much much more. it's a great way to challenge myself discover new thing in memory of my dearest mummy which I miss every single day.


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Joanne Curtis



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Well done. Amazing achievement xx

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Avital Acton


Thank you!❤️ Thank you!!!!❤️👏 and Thank you 🙏 🏅👏❤️ We all did great.
It was still is a great experience to do and be part with..


Danielle Woolf



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Such an amazing cause Avital huge well done lots of love Danielle xx


Joe & Tash



+£4.50 Gift Aid

Such a great cause avital! Good luck! Xx


Dor She



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Good luck my dear friend xxx


Stephen Acton



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Best of luck Avital, we’re all behind you

Total raised£233.00



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