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18 Aug 2019

John O Groats Strongest Man - Fundraising Group

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Diane Banks

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I'm fundraising to raise money for Cancer Research UK

It's something that we've all dealt with. It's something that nobody should have to deal with. The dreadful C-word. In one way or another, we have all been affected by cancer. Whether a family member has gone through it, a friend, a teacher, employee, or even ourselves. No matter what the circumstances are, it always affects us deeply.

So to those who have been affected by cancer in anyway… This one's for you!
On Sunday the 18th of August numerous members of our local community (and further afield) will take part in the John O Groats Strongest man competition. It is our aim that through fundraising on and during the lead up to the event, we will be able to help make a difference no matter how small to the peoples live who face this terrible battle.

We kindly ask our friends and families to donate to this worthy cause, the amount does not matter, every penny counts, and will make a difference.

We thank you all for taking the time to read this and hope that by demonstrating our physical strength on the day we can replicate just once ounce of the emotional strength and will power cancer patients show us all on a daily basis!

Thank you

J.O.G Strongman Team

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