Nottingham Pretty Muddy Kids 2018
8 Sep 2018

A member of Bridgford Boggers

Gabe & Bryony's Race for Life

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Bryony Barratt

(page managed by Thandi Barratt)

Total raised


+ £16.25 Gift Aid

113 Complete
113% of £150.00 target

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We're taking part in Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer sooner. Please help us!

We've all been personally affected by Cancer with brothers, mother's, aunts and Nans hit with the devastating news,
that Cancer has entered their lives. This is why we're fundraising right now for Cancer Research UK. Gabriel, Bryony, Calum, Isla and Henry will all be taking part in the Muddy Muckers assault course on September 8th..with a little Mum support. Please donate today and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. Donating through these pages is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with Cancer Research UK.

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Auntier Debs and Grandma Barratt



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Bryony

hope you enjoyed running your 1st 5K

Lots of love
Auntie Debs and Grandma Barratt


Cancer Research UK



You've done it Thandi! You've reached 100% of your £150.00 target.


Susan Milner



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Better late than never. Sponsor now done. Well done Gabriel & Bryony!
Pascha, Susan, Lydia & Layla xx


Sarah, Dan, Thomas and Isla



+£2.50 Gift Aid

A great achievement and looked like lots of fun!


linda cook



you looked like you had a great time, ruby and holly wished they could get muddy too!

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Bryony Barratt


Challenge completed! Gabe came 3rd place and Bee ran her first 5k! Brilliant!

Total raised£170.00



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