Cardiff 10k 2017
16 Jul 2017

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Jess Kumpata

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10% of £100.00 target

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A wonderful, brave Woman called Sue, who sadly passed away in March. Your spirit lives on ❤

In memory of

Suzanne Elizabeth Harris

07 Apr 1955 - 02 Mar 2017

Cancer is happening right now, which is why I'm taking part in a Race for Life 10k to raise money and save lives.

An incredibly brave and strong Woman I knew was sadly taken away from us in March. Her name was Sue. Sue was one of those people you meet in life who looked on the positive side of things all the time, even when she was diagnosed with Breast cancer 3 years ago and was going through an extremely challenging and difficult time in her life, she still saw the bright side of life. Sue was full of courage as she beat Breast cancer. Sue carried on living her life to the full still with a smile, but sadly, this was about to change as she was diagnosed with cancer again, only this time, the cancer was unfortunately terminal. Her life changed again dramatically and for those around her, but even throughout this devastating time, she still managed to have that smile on her face and even cracked some jokes! Any other person probably would have sunk into depression, but Sue carried on fighting and was so so brave and true until the very end. My inspiration for the Race for Life is this incredible Woman called Sue who was a real hero in many ways. Sue- this race is for you. We love you and miss you terribly. XXXX ?

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+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Jess xx

Total raised£10.00



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