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Telford 5k 2020
4 Oct 2020

Jaime - in memory of mum ( pearl colley)

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Jaime Mynott

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I'm taking part in Race for Life as a promise to my mum

In memory of

Pearl colley ( my mum)

06 Feb 1960 - 30 May 2019

I am doing this event in memory of my mum pearl colley who sadly passed away 30th may 2019 unexpectedly
She was a fighter and had beaten breast and skin cancer.
She was totally blind but that didnt stop her enjoying life along with her guide dog tyler pearl would attend visually impaired functions, hop on the number 1 or 2 arriva bus to town and go for a cuppa and chat with her mum( my nan) or meet up with her other visually impaired friends.
Pearl has shown me that you can always succeed in what you put your mind to.
So this is why im wanting to run the full 5k with my best friend kelly,
i know that pearl will be proudly watching us both and cheering from the skys

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2020-03-13T21:08:41+00:00

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2020-03-13T19:29:33+00:00

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2020-01-02T15:51:47+00:00

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Stephen Mynott

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