Cold Water Challenge
March 2022

Julie's Cold Water Challenge Giving Page

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Julie Spencer

Total raised


+ £18.75 Gift Aid

145 Complete
145% of £90.00 target

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I'm braving the Cold Water Challenge in March

I'm braving the Cold Water Challenge in November, with the intention of making it a habit of mine. A new hobby. Cold Water dips are extremely good for strengthening the immune system. Much needed by me.

This opportunity and 30 day experience is a fundraising event. It's wonderful to be part of a community with a focus on raising funds for a worthwhile cause.

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page.

This November, I’m going to immerse myself in cold water every day of the month to help raise money for Cancer Research UK.

1 in 2 of us will get cancer in our lifetime. If you would like to support the research that has a goal to beat it - feel free to donate.

I challenge you to sign up.

Latest updates


Chris Spencer



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Fantastic achievement, well done!


Claire Leach



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Ooh you’re bonkers!
Well done though you!!

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Julie Spencer


Day 29 and today was all about the power pose whilst being soaked by my mum, lots of fun for both of us. xx


Lisa Walker



+£5.00 Gift Aid
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Julie Spencer


Who has the power? Feeling amazing and doing this for a wonderful cause, I will miss it when it's over.

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Julie Spencer


I'm not sure whether I am doing this for charity, or preparing to become a stunt woman!?! All for a good cause, or future career, it was certainly a rush of dopamine this evening.

Total raised£131.00



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