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Heather takes on Sugar Free February

Sugar Free February
February 2019

Heather takes on Sugar Free February

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Heather McNally

Total raised

£325.00

+ £30.50 Gift Aid

325 Complete
325% of £100.00 target

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For everyone who knows me, it’s going to be a challenging month without chocolate, sweets and fizzy vimto! Help me out x

In memory of

My Grandma Lesley and My Grandad Stuart

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page.

This February I’m ditching the sweet stuff and giving up sugar for a WHOLE MONTH to raise money for Cancer Research UK and helping to beat cancer sooner.

I’m doing this in memory of my amazing Grandma Lesley and my Grandad Stuart who both lost their lives to Cancer.

My Grandma died of cervical cancer which I have now been vaccinated for which reduces my chances of getting it. I was able to receive this due to cancer research.

Latest updates

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Dan Godfrey

2019-03-10T13:34:10+00:00

£20.00

Well in Hev👊🏽 X

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Ellen Hardacre

2019-03-01T11:03:36+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Heather!! Your grandma Lesley and grandad Stuart would have been so proud of you. Lots of love from grandma Ellen and Jim xxxx

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Melissa Walton

2019-02-28T21:53:59+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid

Very proud of you and how much you’ve stuck to this!! ❤️

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Katie Blatherwick

2019-02-28T18:39:16+00:00

£10.00

So proud of you 😘

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Megan Pounder

2019-02-28T17:10:33+00:00

£10.00

Well done Heather super proud of you! Xx

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Aneeza Ahmed

2019-02-27T17:45:30+00:00

£10.00

Offline donation

Total raised£325.00

Online£245.00

Offline£80.00

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