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Manchester 10k 2018
15 Jul 2018

Joanne's Race for Life

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Joanne Lenton

Total raised

£235.00

+ £56.25 Gift Aid

156 Complete
156% of £150.00 target
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Because my good friends son as sadly passed away after year long battle with cancer

In memory of

Andrew Robinson

Hi my name is Joanne, and I am running Manchester 10k race for life on the 15th July in memory of my friends son, Andrew Robinson after a battle with myeloma cancer

Andrew had myeloma cancer, which is a type of cancer that develops from cells in the bone marrow called plasma cells, usually this type of cancer only develop in older people, but after year long battle and four course of chemo, he had finally gone into remission, and with stem cell treatment, he thought he’d finally won this battle, but as result of all the treatment Andrew got a infection, but with all the antibiotics to fight it, he’s blood count never raised which developed into sepsis, and sadly he passed away at the age of 38, leaving mum, dad, wife and 7 children

I have never run 10k before and this will be my 1st timed race, please give give whatever you can afford for this worthy cause

Many thanks
Joanne x

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Cathy Bowan

2018-09-05T17:18:34+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid
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RUTH BUCKLE

2018-09-02T09:08:59+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid
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Tim Jones

2018-07-18T17:37:26+00:00

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Cammish Jackson

2018-07-18T17:31:36+00:00

£10.00

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Andrew Oxtoby

2018-07-18T17:29:37+00:00

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Nick Taylor

2018-07-18T17:27:43+00:00

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Total raised£235.00

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