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Sweatember
September 2018

Kathryn takes on Sweatember

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Kathryn Walsh

Total raised

£17.00

+ £4.25 Gift Aid

34 Complete
34% of £50.00 target
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I'm taking on Sweatember to raise money for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

This September, I’m taking on Sweatember, an epic 30-day exercise challenge for Cancer Research UK. Because let's face it, I need a kick up the arse to get back into exercise and loose some weight. Help me raise money to fund life-saving cancer research by sponsoring me. Donating through this page is simple, fast and totally secure.

Latest updates

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Kathryn Walsh

2018-09-03T21:03:17+00:00

Day 3: 12hr shift, car needed fuel, needed to read bedtime story. Left with half an hour of my day. So did 100 squats.

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Mark Allen

2018-09-03T07:36:46+00:00

£2.00

+£0.50 Gift Aid
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Tasha Coates

2018-09-02T21:05:57+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid

Amazing work, go Kate!

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Kathryn Walsh

2018-09-02T19:03:43+00:00

Day 2! A very energetic Clubbercise session at Northgate with Ruby. No back problems from yesterday. Getting my glow on!

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Kathryn Walsh

2018-09-01T22:33:57+00:00

Day 1: 30 mins of yoga. And I think I've twinged my back! Not as flexible as I once was, but hopefully it will be fine in the morning. Definitely need to do more of this.

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Kathryn Walsh

2018-09-01T04:46:55+00:00

It's D-Day! And I start with the biggest challenge - how to squeeze exercise into my day when I have a 12hr shift ahead of me!

Total raised£17.00

Online£17.00

Offline£0.00

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