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Pretty Muddy Norwich 5k 2017
13 Apr 2017

Debbie & Honor Reilly

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Debbie Reilly

Total raised

£130.00

+ £26.25 Gift Aid

130 Complete
130% of £100.00 target
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Latest updates

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Debbie Reilly

2017-05-22T20:21:27+00:00

£20.00

Money collected in from Jo, and Honor's friends Emma and Jess x

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Mary Wood

2017-05-11T06:25:16+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid

Enjoy your run Debbie and Honor, particularly the muddy bit!

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Mark Pulling

2017-05-08T07:20:30+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid

Go Debbie & Honor xxxxx
Lots of Love Claire & Lucy xxxx

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Linda Earrye

2017-05-07T19:55:22+00:00

£5.00

Good Luck Debbie and Honor!

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Sharon Mason

2017-05-07T15:03:01+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck xx

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Ange

2017-05-05T11:12:37+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck girls - Hope you have fun while raising cash for such a worthy cause - all the best to you both on the day - get muddy !! Love Ange xxx

Total raised£130.00

Online£130.00

Offline£0.00

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Breast cancer

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