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Poole Pretty Muddy 5k 2020
21 Jun 2020

Hannah's Race for Life

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Hannah Burke

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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer

I will be taking part in the Race for life Poole pretty muddy 5k run in june to help raise money for a charity close to my heart Cancer Research UK. I'm aware that so many people have or have had a loved one , a friend or family member go through either had the scary diagnosis and then amazingly beat the awful disease or devastatingly they have lost the battle lost a loved one due to this awful illness. With having witnessed people close to me go through loosing their most loved one to cancer I felt so helpless also seeing some one I care about dearly loosing their battle to cancer while seeing my best friends be left devastated . Like most people I just wish I could wave that magic wond and make it all better and I know people will know exactly how this feels. So some thing that is so out of our hands that effects so many family's although over the years there has been great success with survival rates improving I want to raise as much money as I can to be able to contribute to a charity to help prevent,diagnose and treat cancer to keep improving the survival rate numbers to help beat cancer .I will be massively greatful anything anyone can donate on my page doesn't matter how much every little will help more than you think. X

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