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Rugby 5k 2020
5 Jul 2020

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Beth's Race for Life

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Beth Stapley

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer sooner. Having lost friends over the years and to help friends and family fighting now!

Cancer is happening right now, which is why I'm taking part in a Race for Life 5k to raise money and save lives.

As some of you know I've been poorly with a, still, undiagnosed throat problem where as cancer of the larynx has been ruled out, it was a very worrying time for me and I'm just so pleased it isn't that. Obviously some people get the opposite news and that's why I'm doing this for all the people who don't get the news I got!

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Beth Stapley

2020-01-30T17:07:24+00:00

I'm joining friends this summer in the race for life, to help support my amazing friend Kerstin, who is currently fighting the good fight. Over the years I've lost family and friends to this awful thing and supported some through to the other side. Obviously I'd be really grateful if you could donate some pennies for my collection, but also I'd love it if you joined me in the big walk! You all know I don't run 😂

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