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January 2019

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My motivation for taking on the Dryathlon challenge is to support my husband Graham who is fighting bowel cancer.

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This January I’m taking on Dryathlon and raising money for Cancer Research UK by ditching the drink for one month and fundraising for life-saving research. Please support me by sponsoring me. My lovely hubby Graham is once again fighting his own battle with cancer having only recently received the all clear from prostate cancer. The journey has only just begun and is exhausting and seemingly endless, but we are strong and we WILL beat this!

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Jodie Brown



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The taste of wine is always tempting but the support is more rewarding.. Love to you both xxx


Philip Varley



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Good Luck!

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Debbie Taylor


Off to a great start already! Thanks xx so toast in the new year, then on the fruit juice for me!


Eileen Kelly



Good luck Debbie with your dry January and thinking of Graham and his new 'battle'. Wishing you both a healthier 2019..


Lauren Brown



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Total raised£40.00



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