Herne Bay 5k 2018
24 Jun 2018

A member of Running for Ali

Branwen's Race for Life

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Branwen Taylor

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+ £21.25 Gift Aid


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I am running in memory of the lovely Alison Richey.

In memory of

Alison Richey

We’re sure that you have all been touched or know somebody whose life has been touched by cancer. As a group of friends we have very recently lost our dear friend Alison Richey at the age of 47. Alison was an inspiration to us all before her illness and continued to be when unwell. Alison's positive attitude was infectious and awe inspiring, she never gave up the fight. We are running as a celebration of her life and to keep her positive attitude alive! Some of us in our team have never even contemplated running before, and so this is definitely a challenge. You are welcome to join us if you would like to. The more the merrier! Please support us if you can, and help us continue the fight against this indiscriminate disease, so that in the future hopefully less of our lives will be affected by it!
Thank you. Bran xx

Latest updates


Bonita Boyd



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good Luck Bran and all running. X


Vicki Bartholomew



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Bran I am sure it was a very emotional run xx


Norman Taylor



Good luck Bran. Xx


Cancer Research UK




Well done Branwen, you just got your fifth donation!


Sharon Hazelwood



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck


Jen Whitlock



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go for it Branwen. We are all behind you. Love Jen xx

Total raised£105.00



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