Shine London 2018 - Full Marathon
22 Sep 2018

Ian's Giving Page

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Ian Stewart

Total raised


+ £255.00 Gift Aid

92 Complete
92% of £1,500.00 target

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I’m taking part in Shine Night Walk to help beat cancer

In memory of


06 Dec 1955 - 02 Nov 2009

I've walked two separate half marathons so now it's time to add them together!!

A marathon will take me some 9 to 9 1/2 hours so plenty of time to listen to previous years music which you have kindly recommended; I need some more so send them through and I'll add them to the playlist! Perhaps your favourite Podcasts as well?!

By raising funds research can continue to improve everyones chances of beating cancer however it effects us. There is still a lot to do and we all know of those who didn't beat their cancer but also those who have because the doctors had the tools available to beat theirs.

So, if you can, and if you want to pls donate to allow the research projects to continue to improve the armoury for the doctors and increase our chances of beating this horrible illness.

Thank you so much


Latest updates

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Ian Stewart


Made it!! Took me 9 hrs 44 mins in a chilly and later on wet night. It was lovely to meet first John and then David over the last few miles. It was really strange when I stop and stood still; it was like I was still moving!! Needed to sit down and have a warming coffee! Very nearly at my target and still hoping to make it. Thank you all so much for helping me get to where I am and for all the support I’ve had. Will I do it again, maybe, South Downs walk perhaps. Wait and see!!!


Nicola Riley



+£2.50 Gift Aid

with love xx


Margaret Corr




Angelo Cunningham




Priya Pallan



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Well done Ian!!! Good luck getting through the night! Priya xx


Gillian Whiteside



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck xx

Total raised£1,385.00



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