Southampton 5k 2019
23 Jun 2019

Race for Life 2019

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Helen Mabey

Total raised


+ £161.25 Gift Aid

248 Complete
248% of £300.00 target

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

In memory of

My Amazing Dad

As you know, I have taken part in Race For Life a few times in the past, each time with a different goal in mind mainly to help me get fit. I started out just wanting to make it round the course, then I wanted to beat my previous time (walking), I even went as far as wearing pretty much all pink.

This year I am taking part to raise money for Cancer Research, in memory of an incredibly special man who was taken from us way before his time. He was an inspiration to us all, loved and missed every single day, I know he'll be with me all the way, cheering me on. So this one's for you Dad!!

Because this one is for such a special man, I have decided to set myself my toughest challenge yet, this time my goal is to run at least some of the course. When I say run, what I really mean is more of a shuffle, it's basically moving a little faster than my standard walking pace. I don't expect to be able to shuffle the whole 5K but short stints would be an achievement.

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Sue & John




Judy & Malcolm




Audrey & John




The Hutchings Family



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Go Helen Go!!!
We are so proud of you.


Andy and Natasha



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Go for it Helen!! We're all really proud of you. Good luck! xx


Maggie and Pete Talbot



Good Luck. Hope you manage to 'run' far as you want to!

Total raised£745.00



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