Ella's Fundraising

Shine Night Walk - Half Marathon
23 Sep 2017

Ella's Fundraising

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Eleanor Horn

Total raised


+ £33.75 Gift Aid

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I'm walking at Shine Night Walk in the fight to beat cancer

In memory of

Jackie Pearce

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Latest updates


Robert Horn



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go team Goat!!


Ava Man



+£2.50 Gift Aid

So proud of you Ella - I have to sponsor your Mum more because I need to help her reach your target! Love from Colin, Ava and the little Chan's





+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go for it girls. Hope the weather is kind that day

Love the Inches





From the generous students and staff of FOREST SCHOOL ... contributions from the Bake Sale held on Sports' Day July 2017.


The Frickers



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Go for it Ella - but we're not helping you to beat your mum...


Eva Mohler-Beresford



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Your mum gets more from me simply because she's older and needs more encouragement! But you're both fantastic for doing this. Well done Ella!

Total raised£400.00



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Brain cancer

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