Pretty Muddy Enfield 5k 2017
10 Jun 2017

Katie's fundraising page

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Katie Maloy

Total raised


+ £24.69 Gift Aid

128 Complete
128% of £100.00 target

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This is for my Beautiful Cousin - what a fighter xxxxx Love You Vicki Norris (Marshy) xxxxx

On 01st March 2016 my beautiful cousin received the most dreadful news. She spent most of 2016 fighting - in and out of hospitals for so many appointments but not once did she complain.
This girl not only went through all of this but she continued working, moved house and set up her own business AND has a gorgeous cheeky chappy son to run around after.

Now rolling around in the mud is NOT my idea of a nice day out, in fact I'm actually dreading it, but with everything that Vicki went through, rolling in mud is nothing!

I'm happy to say that my wonderful cousin has now said goodbye to cancer and has received the all clear (which has taken as long to register as the initial news took)!

So on June 10th she will be what makes me just get on with it and what makes me power through but please sponsor because without Cancer Research I dread to think where we would all be now.

Thanks xxx

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+£9.69 Gift Aid

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Congratulations & well done!


Charlotte Marsh



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Katie, looks like you had great fun xxx


Kelly gleave



+£2.50 Gift Aid

I know how much of a girly girl you are,but it's only mud and it will wash off! Lol
Good luck hun. X


Michael Hopkins



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Good luck get stuck in to all that mud. Well done...


Nickie Arch



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck Katie!
Just think all that mud is great for the skin! Lol x x x

Total raised£128.75



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