Shine Southampton 10k 2019
7 Sep 2019

Cancer is a cruel & indiscriminate killer. It has to stop.

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Cristina Azorin

Total raised


+ £65.00 Gift Aid

176 Complete
176% of £150.00 target

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I'm running for anyone who's ever lost someone they love to cancer, and for everyone who (if it weren't for cancer) would still be here today.

In memory of

Lesley Smith

Hey, remember when people thought the world was flat? Or that leeches cured every illness? Well, those people were wrong and anyone who thinks cancer can't be cured is wrong too.

I've watched cancer slowly destroy someone I love from the inside out. I never ever want to see another person suffer like that for as long as I live.

Please help me fight this atrocious disease that's still claiming far too many lives. I want to see an end to cancer in my lifetime. If you do too please lend your support by donating whatever you can.

Latest updates


Chloe Osborn



Well done chica!xx


Dan Meineck



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Cris for getting out of your comfort zone and doing something amazing for a special cause 🙌


Jess Carroll



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done darling! Xx


lisbeth fox



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Evil disease, too many lives gone. Good luck. Love from Lis, Rob, Daniel & Liam x


Prity Bharadia



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Cris!! xxx


Ollie Allen



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Have a good time x

Total raised£265.00



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