Chelmsford 10k 2017
23 Jul 2017

A member of Hannah & Bec

Hannah and Bec do the muddy 10k

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Hannah Stevens

Total raised


+ £140.00 Gift Aid

312 Complete
312% of £200.00 target

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For everyone effected in whatever way by cancer.

In memory of

Everyone effected by cancer

Everyone in their life has been touched in some way, shape or form by cancer.

It is a devastating illness that is effecting more and more people every day, and myself and Bec have decided to try and do our part in the fight against it.

As everyone knows, I DONT RUN! So this is a huge challenge for me.

I have started training, and with Bec, we are determined to complete 10k mud run, including obstacles, all in the name of Cancer Research.

Every single penny counts, so please sponser as little or as much as you can. It would be so appreciated.

If there is any reason to sponsor us, its to more to watch us get embarrassingly filthy and exhausted.

We have a target of £200. However, if we hit £500, I will be doing this in fancy dress of everyones choice. . .

Not sure what we are letting ourselves in for here .... but let the training commence!

Latest updates





+£12.50 Gift Aid

Thanks for a great day girls. Pity they didn't cut the grass, we could only see your heads!!
Dad x


Grace Mckenzie



+£5.00 Gift Aid

£20 for 2 midges running through mud is a barg! xo


Paul Edwards



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done guys x


Kobi Kufuor



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Kim, Dave and Darcey



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good Luck xx


Ben Elmes



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck tomorrow both of you.

Total raised£625.00



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