Basingstoke 5k 2017
10 Jun 2017

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Lily, Imi and Clare's page

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Clare Pyrkemoran

Total raised


+ £28.75 Gift Aid


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Thank you to everyone who sponsored us. We all made it to the finish line!

In memory of

Kathleen Moran (Nanna)

Lily and Imi's beautiful nanna Kathleen Moran died of cancer aged 70 in 2000. It makes us all sad that she never got to meet her two youngest granddaughters, Olivia (Lily) Kathleen and Imogen. The girls have grown up with stories about their nanna and what a lovely woman she was. We will never forget her. She died before she or we were ready, and we are raising money for Cancer Research so that fewer people have to have their lives cut short by cancer.

Latest updates


Clifton Pyrke



+£5.00 Gift Aid

All the best to all of you. Do I understand it's 5 km (3 miles) - sounds a lot for Imi especially. If you all make it it will be a wonderful effort.





+£2.50 Gift Aid

Go team CICCO!!! I will be thinking of you and our lovely Nanna on Saturday xxx





+£7.50 Gift Aid

Go Lily! Go Imi! Nanna will be watching and will be very proud of you. Go Clare! Have a happy time. Rosanne xxx


Oscar, Al and Sarah



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go Imogen!! Go Olivia!! Go Clare!! We are so very proud of you all, may your fast running legs speed you to the finish line. Love Oscar, Al & Sarah xx





+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Imi, Lily and Clare! 5k is a very long way but for a very good cause, and I'm happy you're remembering our Nanna. You can do it!! Kait x





+£6.25 Gift Aid

To the fabulous Pyrke-Moran ladies, good luck with your run on Saturday . Such a wonderful thing to do for a great cause. Have fun! Love Dan & Stu xxx

Total raised£115.00



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