Shine London 2018 - Full Marathon
22 Sep 2018

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Joanna's Giving Page

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Joanna King

Total raised


+ £216.25 Gift Aid

116 Complete
116% of £900.00 target

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Shine Night Walk fundraiser in aid of Cancer Research UK

In memory of

Malcolm King

On a cold wet January day I decided to take part in this year's Shine Night Walk for Cancer. After all, September seemed such a long way off, plenty of time to train and get myself fit for the 26.2 mile task!
Training has certainly had its challenges but every time I trudge through the muddy Chilterns, a lot of it in the rain, I remind myself of the many people who would gladly swap places with me. Those people who are unable to do so because of their fight with cancer, this indiscriminate disease that affects more and more of us every day.
I am privileged to be doing this with such a great team of friends all of whom are Mum's from Lucy's school.
Please help us raise as much money as we can.
Thank you for your support.

Latest updates


Ravinder Randhawa



+£5.00 Gift Aid

What an amazing achievement :) xx


Kerry Coles



Well done for an amazing achievement! Lots of love Kerry, Simon, Annabel and Phoebe Xxx


Ali B



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Joanna! A very worthy cause - we will be thinking of you and wish you well on your walk xxx


Gillian Valentine



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done to you all for taking on the challenge for a worthy cause. Be safe, warm and blister free!


Doreen Flavin



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Joanna


Velvet Kearley-Heywood



+£50.00 Gift Aid

Good luck this weekend to all you brave and lovely ladies. Look forward to hearing about it at school next week.

Total raised£1,045.00



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