Jill's 'sugar free' challenge

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Jill McVeigh

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120 Complete
120% of £100.00 target

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I’m going sugar free, please support me

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This February I’m ditching the sweet stuff and giving up sugar for a whole month to raise money for Cancer Research UK and to beat cancer sooner.

No sweets, no chocolate, no cakes, no biscuits or anything with added sugar (which is A LOT of food I've come to realise!). Anyone who knows me will realise how much of a challenge this will be for me and my incredibly sweet tooth.

(As Euan turns 40 in February and we have 'non sugar free' birthday celebrations planned, I'll add these days on at the end of the challenge so I still complete 28 'sugar free' days. I didn't want to use Euan's Birthday as an excuse not to take on the challenge - which was very tempting!)

Please help me conquer my cravings and keep up my willpower by sponsoring me. Donating through this page is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with Cancer Research UK.

Thank you xxx

Latest updates


Rose Gault



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Well done! Love from mum & dad xxxx





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Your standing order for pineapple tarts should remain but be redirected here.


Iain Barton



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Good luck going sugar free!


Gill Scott



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Wow ! Very impressed - good luck xx





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I pity the person who has to live with you while you are doing this........hmmm. Only joking, I know you will do brilliantly. Good luck!!


Ciorstan Mill Irving



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Very impressed that you're doing this.

Total raised£120.00



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