Vegan Veg Pledge
November 2018

Saving Lives

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Carol Pond

Total raised


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65 Complete
65% of £200.00 target

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I'm going vegan this November for Cancer Research UK

In memory of

Doris Pond (My Mum)

16 Sep 1941 - 05 Oct 2012

Why am I doing this challenge.
I’m like 1 in 10 people who has lost Family and close friends to cancer, but when you lose your own Mother to cancer, it’s one of the hardest things in life to accept, you don’t accept it you just learn to live with it. My mother passed away 2012, she took a part of me with her. So as long as I’m alive, I will make it my duty to do any challenges that I am able to do to raise money for Cancer.

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Lorna Buffong



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well Done


Joseph Oladoyin



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Lindy Williams



+£5.00 Gift Aid
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Carol Pond


Hi Guys, well I’m on to my third week with my Vegan challenge, I have also given up alcohol for the month as well 🙈. I won’t say it’s been easy,cause it hasn’t, I did struggle on what to eat, I think my work colleague say i’ve been a nightmare! they love me really 😉. Now that I am so use to eating this way, it has changed my out look on food, don’t get me wrong, I do miss eating fish. I’ve done pretty good (if I must say so myself). I will check back in on my last week, wish me luck👌.


Janet Mussington



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Rose Muir



Total raised£130.00



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