Swindon 5k 2017
21 May 2017

A member of Deb's Team

Charlie's fundraising page

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Charlie Richens

Total raised


+ £40.00 Gift Aid

78 Complete
78% of £250.00 target

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For my sorely missed and loved mum who was taken too soon and to fight this disease!!! Xxx

In memory of

My Beautiful Mumma

07 Jul 1966 - 13 Jun 2015

My beautiful mumma was taken from us too soon in June 2015 at the age of 48. Her cancer was quick...and aggressive and it was so unexpected to lose her. It hurts every single day and life will never be the same....birthdays,christmas...mothers day. But I am so grateful to have my family and friends around me. We have somehow managed to get through this all together....and for them I am so grateful. So for the first time I am taking on the race for life,in hope that the little I can raise will make a slight dent in the research into this awful disease and hopefully one day we can abolish it once and for all. So please spare a little change for all who have lost their battle,the courageous ones currently fighting theirs and their friends and family. I will be running (running...not walking...for me this is huge....I don't run!) in memory of very missed mummy....because that is now what I have up yours cancer....I love you mum xxx

Latest updates


Emma Law



Well done Charlie, love Emma, Robert and Amber xxx


Dan and Oscar



you've got this Char, great cause xx


Rachel Whettam



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Run your socks off ladies! Do it for Deb
Love The Whettams xx ?


Sandra Richens



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Together we will be beat this Xx


Nicki Bourton



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go for it babe!!...


Kayleigh Govier



Your mum would be so super proud of you

Total raised£195.00



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