2019 Simplyhealth Great North Run
8 Sep 2019

Carla's Giving Page

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Carla Wilson

Total raised


+ £138.75 Gift Aid

193 Complete
193% of £400.00 target

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All of my loved ones who have been or are affected by cancer.

In memory of

Colin Wilson

I have decided to take part in the Great North Run this year in support of all friends, family, colleagues and clients who have been affected by cancer. It is heartbreaking to see just how many lives are devastated by it and anything you can donate to assist in the research of treatment and cures would be greatly appreciated.

Cancer Research is a charity close to my heart. Many of you will know that my uncle, Colin Wilson, sadly lost his battle with cancer in 2018 and I will run in his memory. He was an inspirational man who faced his battle with dignity and strength to the very end.

I will also run in support of those who are currently battling cancer and those who are caring for them as well as all family members we have lost to cancer.

Most of you will know that I despise running and so your support would be fantastic. Wish me luck - better start running! xx

Latest updates






Dean Wilson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done on the run!


Alan Wilson



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done Carla.


Sharon Wilson



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Difficult to put what we want into words Carla. So so proud of you. Cant wait to cheer you across the finish line. Love you loads Mam & Dad xxx


Denise Williams



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck Carla so proud of you. Love Aunty Denise xxx


Donna Wilson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good Luck Carla. Sorry I can’t be there to cheer you on! x

Total raised£775.00



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