Ethan's Race for Life
+ £30.00 Gift Aid
Watford Pretty Muddy Kids 2018
Sat 9 Jun 2018
I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy in memory of my Nanny G.
In memory of
We are close friends who have both lost grandparents to cancer. My grandma (Nanny G) passed away very quickly after being diagnosed with a very rare type of cancer in 2006. I sadly never had the pleasure of meeting her, but have heard many lovely stories about her to keep her memory alive. Matthew’s grandad sadly lost his fight against bowel cancer in 2016. We are running the Race for Life Pretty Muddy Kids in their memory, but also to celebrate other family members that have survived cancer and are still here with us, including my Great Auntie and Matthew’s Grandma. We would like to raise money so that families like ours have more time with their parents, grandparents, sisters, brothers, aunties, uncles and children. So that grandparents have the pleasure of spending time watching their children's children grow up. So that families have the chance to grow old together. Please help us by donating whatever you can, every penny counts, no amount is too small. Thank you for taking the time to read our story.
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