Coventry & Warwickshire 5k 2019
30 Jun 2019

A member of Emma's team

Emma, John & Luke's Race for Life

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Emma Stolwood

Total raised


+ £82.50 Gift Aid

200 Complete
200% of £200.00 target

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Last September our 13 year old nephew/cousin, Timmy passed away due to a brain tumour. We are taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer sooner.

In memory of

Tim Hindle

28 May 2005 - 17 Sep 2018

Cancer is happening right now, which is why we are taking part in a Race for Life 5k to raise money and save lives.
Tim was diagnosed with a brain tumour following an MRI scan on the 6th September 2018. He was rushed to Manchester Children's Hospital where he had four life saving emergency operations. Unfortunately the tumour was extremely aggressive. Tim was a constant ray of sunshine, kind, caring, brave, charitable and he loved dogs, wildlife and helping people. A few months earlier, Anna (Tim's mum) was diagnosed with breast cancer. Thankfully, Anna is now recovering following a gruelling course of chemo and radiotheraphy. The photo above is of Anna and Tim in last year's Race for Life. We are taking part in this years Race for Life to help raise money for Cancer Research. Whilst none of us are natural runners, we will hopefully manage the course and raise money. Any money you can spare would be greatly appreciated.

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Emma Stolwood



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Sharon Highway



Well done!!! A fantastic cause xx


Kathryn McNamara



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done all! 👍

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Emma Stolwood


We survived.... thanks to all who have donated


Ed Skippins



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Alison Humphrey



Good luck, I’m sure you’ll get through it. Lots of water!! Xx

Total raised£400.00



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