Shine London 2021 - Full Marathon
25 Sep 2021

Jeremy's Giving Page

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Jeremy Ayre

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20 Complete
20% of £500.00 target

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I'm walking 2021 London Shine Night Walk to help beat cancer

In memory of

Enid Hewitt, Allan Hewitt

Anyone who knows me knows I need something to plan, prepare and have a target for so I have decided to enter the Cancer Research London Shine Night Walk again this year. Fingers crossed we will be able to take on the challenge as a huge group but if the evening is cancelled by COVID-19 as 2020 was, I will walk the route by myself to earn any support you can give me.

Having completed the walk in 2017 and the London Marathon in 2018, I can honestly say walking is the better option for my knees and Wendy’s sanity!

Both Enid and Allan benefitted from the treatments made possible by Cancer Research UK and I will be walking in their memory.


Each year Cancer Research UK’s scientists get closer to beating cancer, and they’ve helped double survival rates in the last 40 years. But we can’t stop there.

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Wendy Gyngell



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Thank you for doing this for mum and dad xx
I will be there celebrating With you at the finish line.

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Jeremy Ayre


Signed up - training started yesterday with a cheeky 5 miles in the rain

Total raised£100.00



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