Margate 5k 2017
16 Jul 2017

A member of Team Tardis

Catherine's Race for Life

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Catherine Chatwin

Total raised


+ £30.00 Gift Aid


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In memory of

Tony (Dad)

Tony was my Stepdad, but I always referred to him as my Dad as I thought I was very lucky to have him as a parent. He took to the role with gusto and read countless assignments for me, said the right thing when things went wrong and was so proud of my achievements. He was always encouraging and loving and there to support me and my sister as well as look after my mum.
He was strong and managed to beat cancer first time around but when it returned, he tried experimental treatment but it only gave us longer with him rather than let him stay.
Maybe, some of the money raised will be able to help someone else's Dad, stay well a little longer, or they might get to keep them. Maybe, someone else will be lucky enough not to have to think what their loved one would have said in times of trouble or joy. Maybe, some of this money raised will help someone else stay so they can be there as they are supposed to be.
Please donate, I would love to be able to keep another person on this Earth so they can be there for their family for the big events, the little joys and just to be there no matter what.

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Beth Marr



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Proud mate/Squidge happy to donate to lovely cause. Good luck, we'll be rooting for you (erm, with a bowl of chips and feet up, if OK..?) Good luck!





+£12.50 Gift Aid

Go girl, remember, no chocolate brownies until after the finishing post........


Colin Chatwin



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Good luck babe, stay away from waterfalls! xx

Total raised£120.00



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