Women's Cancer Challenge Stornoway 2019
18 May 2019

In memory of Annie Drummond ~ 2019

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102% of £500.00 target

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Walk, jog or run the Women's Cancer Challenge 5K around the sights of Stornoway

In memory of

Annie Drummond

18th May 2019...

Taking part in this years 5k with Anita and Briony to raise funds in memory of their Gran Annie Drummond. Xx

The Women’s Cancer Challenge is now in its 11th year and is the biggest sporting participation event in the Western Isles. Every individual who runs, jogs or walks is part of it. Over the last 10 years, the participants in the Women’s Cancer Challenge have raised over £100,000 for the Lewis branch of Cancer Research UK.

It is really important to emphasise you can walk, run, jog, walk/run - any method is acceptable as long as you don't use mechanical means!

On the Day:The 5K course starts at Lews Castle College heading past The Woodlands Centre and Cuddy Point, heading out towards the mouth of the Creed and heading back the same way to the Castle Green to finish. It’s only a little uphill at the end! For more information, go to

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Total raised£510.00



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