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Annette Thompson-Homer

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I'm taking part in a Very 2020 Race for Life to help beat cancer

In memory of

Everyone who has been touched by cancer .


During these lockdown weeks I have been holding regular dance exercise sessions for my neighbours outside our own houses to help boost morale and keep us all fit in the process. It has been lovely to stay connected with each other and to meet neighbours i hardly knew before lockdown. Now, as gyms are soon to be opening again, we are having our last street session and, as my daughter and myself would normally be taking part in the Race for Life, I have decided to make this last session a little fund raiser to help Cancer Research which I know has suffered a great loss due to Covid 19 this year.
Everyone is touched by cancer in some way during their lifetime so I would be very grateful for any donations, no matter how big or small to help continue the fight against this terrible disease.


Annette xx

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Annette Thompson-Homer


Wow! £165 raised for our final lockdown fitness session with my Broadlands neighbours yesterday. Which I decided to turn into a little fundraiser for the ' RACE FOR LIFE AT HOME' campaign in aid of cancer research. I never expected nearly so much, so I'm really pleased. The just giving page is still open if anyone wants to add a tiny amount? Heartfelt thanks again to all those that have donated already. 💕💖


Michelle Wenham



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Well done Annette for keeping us moving in lock down. So grateful xx


Tracy Mckane



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Total raised£201.25



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