Norwich 5k 2018
13 May 2018

A member of JPUH Breast Buddies

Sharon Jinkerson

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Sharon Jinkerson

Total raised


+ £45.00 Gift Aid

360 Complete
360% of £50.00 target

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

In memory of

Vivian & Fraser Clarke

Thanks for taking the time to visit my fundraising page.
Cancer is happening right now, which is why I’m fundraising right now for Cancer Research UK. There’s no time to lose!
Donate to my page today and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
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My daughter and I, Tanya Barber, have been doing race for life for more than 15 years now. We originally started because my mother died from Ovarian cancer in December 1999 aged just 62 followed 6 and half months later by my father from Lung cancer aged 63. My hope is that the money that is raised will help to fight and find a cure for cancer. Any donations received not matter how small will make a BIG difference. Thank you

Latest updates


Callan Barber



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Bradley Jinkerson



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Smash it

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Sharon Jinkerson


Good luck to everyone, especially The girls from the Breast Imaging Department at the James Paget Hospital


Natasha Jinkerson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck xxxxxxxx
Lots of love xxxxxxxxxx


Trevor Jinkerson, Sharon Jinkerson & Tanya Barber



+£25.00 Gift Aid

This money has been donated by various family members and friends.

Total raised£180.00



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Ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cancer in UK women, with more than 130 women every week told that they have the disease. It is often not diagnosed until it has spread, making it harder to treat. Help Cancer Research UK find new ways to detect ovarian cancer earlier and find better treatments.