Fitness February
February 2019

Georgina takes on Fitness February

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Georgina Doughty

Total raised


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

40 Complete
40% of £100.00 target

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I'm taking on Fitness February to raise money for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

This is going to be a great , exciting challenge with a lot of support from all my friends- I hope to get ultra fit, loose some weight (like everyone after Christmas ) and for me, to hopefully give me more energy to beat my Hashimoto thyroiditis...
And it’s a fantastic incentive to help raise money for Cancer Research- cancer touches so many lives and comes in so many different forms that ‘research’ is the way forward, so one day no one needs to suffer in the future...... Donate if you can- a big thank you in advance...

My aim is to achieve a different exercise each day during my 28 day exercise challenge..

I have to include my regular weekly regime... I just love Pilates at ‘The Club’ Meyrick on a Wednesday - early start though-7.30am which takes some getting use too.....

‘The Club’ Meyrick link:

I’m taking on Fitness February, an epic 28-day exercise challenge for Cancer Research UK. Help me raise money to fund life-saving cancer research by sponsoring me.

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Total raised£40.00



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