Maidstone Pretty Muddy 5k 2019
7 Jul 2019

Beth and Dads Race for Life!

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Beth Smith

Total raised


+ £4.50 Gift Aid

4 Complete
4% of £500.00 target

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

In memory of

Sharron Collins (Cole)

R.I.P Sharron ! Sleep well 🙏🏻💔

Her story:

My aunty Sharron battled through breast cancer, lost all her hair and was weak for months but managed to fight it off ! But due to the threat of it coming back she had her second breast removed. Sadly cancer soon came back and aggressively spread through her body; unfortunately it became terminal and she lost all her hair for the 2nd time. She became weak and was told she had a few months left. Dispite being told this , she continued to fight as hard as she could! Unfortunately she passed away in March 2019. She was one of the most caring and loving women you would have ever meet! I have so many memories with her and I’d hate to see anyone else sufffer as bad as she has had to! So please donate and give money to try and stop cancer from killing those we love!

Latest updates


Dave Hanslow



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck 👍

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Beth Smith


Thank you Abby ! ❤️


Abby Cheetham



Stay strong Beth, she’ll be proud of you! X

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Beth Smith


Thank you bex Kemp! ❤️


Bex Kemp



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck x

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Beth Smith


Thank you Lauren Gambrill ! ❤️

Total raised£23.00



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