Solihull 5k 2019
16 Jun 2019

Charlotta's Race for Life

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Charlotta Nankivell

(page managed by Franka Nankivell)

Total raised


+ £21.25 Gift Aid

680 Complete
680% of £25.00 target

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Charlotta, for the first time, is taking part in Race for Life in memory of her Grandad Walter Ille.

In memory of

Walter Ille

As many of you know Charlotta's Grandad passed away from cancer in 2015. She has lots of fond memories of him and would like to run in memory of him to help and raise money for cancer research.
You all know that every single pound you donate makes a huge difference to Cancer Research UK’s groundbreaking work and it would mean the world to Charlotta (and me) if you would sponsor her.... many thanks xxx
A message from Charlotta - Thank you all for supporting me. As some of you know my grandad passed away, I felt so dreadful when it happened. I decided to run the 'race for life' from now on to help to prevent this from happening to any other family. Thank you all x

Latest updates


Jennifer Briant



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Lottie. Love from Ian & Jen xx


Nana xx



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Lottie and Mummy, have a good race xx


ZacNick Danaher



Good luck with your run Lottie.
We hope you get across the finish line before your mum!


Aunty Kay xx



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go girl, well done Lottie xx


Granny & Grandpa xx



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done, go for it Lottie xx


Jane Holroyd



Enjoy every minute Charlotte! Your Grandfather would be so so proud x

Total raised£170.00



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