Pretty Muddy Cardiff 5k 2017
9 Sep 2017

A member of Team Little Legs

Emma's Race for Life

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Emma Weston

Total raised


+ £81.50 Gift Aid

168 Complete
168% of £200.00 target

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The Legacy of Little Legs!

In memory of

Tracy Evans

My friend Tracy Evans was small in stature but huge in personality. Once met never forgotten, she was of all the people I know the most full of life! She messaged me last year when I was running the Cardiff half marathon to wish me well - at this time Tracy had been feeing unwell for a little while. In the message which I still have I told her she would be better next year and could run the half with me. She came back with I aim to get around Tesco in one go first and then next year I am doing the Pretty Muddy. Sadly and unknown to all of us Tracy was facing cancer and this time it would be a fight that she would not win. So in her memory a group of us 'Team Little Legs' are going to complete her goal and hopefully raise some money in order to find a cure for cancer sooner!

Latest updates


Sonia Pollak



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck. You'll smash it!


John Myers



+£4.00 Gift Aid

Well done Emma, know it will be tough, more emotionally than physically. Well done x


Steve Hughes



+£6.25 Gift Aid

To some of my favourite ladies, go and smash it as you usually do my friends xx


Rachel Thomas



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Goodluck little legs team I'm sure she's already amazingly proud of u, she's one lucky lady to have live her life before and after with friends like u


mark cull



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Sian Pritchard



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Total raised£336.00



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