Donations in memory of Glynis Wooler

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+ £133.75 Gift Aid

216 Complete
216% of £500.00 target

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In memory of

Glynis Wooler

14 Apr 1956 - 24 Jul 2019

On the 24th July 2019, my darling step mum Glynis lost her short but fierce fight with cancer at just 63 years old. Her cancer was very aggressive and it didn't behave as the cancer specialist expected - they told us it wasn't 'a text book case'. I believe it's vital we support Cancer Research and try to beat the many forms of this terrible disease. Medicine and treatments have improved greatly over the years but there are still lots of unknowns and too many people are still dying.

Thank you for taking the time in reading my story, any donation you can spare will be gratefully received, many thanks.

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Tracy Richardson Jones and Jamie Richardson



+£12.50 Gift Aid

In memory of a dear cousin from the Welsh cousins xxx💕


Aunty Glad, Anne,Nige, Meg & Em



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Glynis was a lovely lady who was full of life & will be greatly missed by everyone who had the privilege of knowing her xx


Shirley Barker



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Shirley Grant



In memory of a lovely lady I only knew for a short time but left an imprint on my heart.

Rest in peace Glynis. xx


Lisa Harvey



+£5.00 Gift Aid

A lovely friend who always had a smile on her face , you will be truly missed by many.. have fun up there xx


Linda Thorpe



+£5.00 Gift Aid

My dear friend. I will always remember the fun times dressing the models. Happy days sleep tight love Linda and Tony xx

Total raised£1,080.00



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