Hull 5k 2019
7 Jul 2019

Katie's Race for Life

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Katie Train

Total raised


+ £2.50 Gift Aid

120 Complete
120% of £100.00 target

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We are taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer in memory of our uncle john who lost his battle 21/1/2019 💙 please sponsor us every little helps 🥰

Hi all me and my daughter are running the 5 K in memory of our uncle john who sadly lost his battle to cancer in January of this year he was a warrior who worried about how him having cancer was effecting the people he loved he was a beautiful human who will be missed dearly . He was diagnosed in sept 2017 with esophagus cancer after battling this and been given the all clear he was soon to become ill again with a chest infection that soon revealed the cancer was back but this time on his lungs he tried to stay strong but sadly lost his battle to this horrible disease we are running this race to raise money to help stop cancer !! loosing a loved one in such sad circumstances is heart breaking and we need to keep trying to save lives no body should loose a life to this and go through the painful process of having this disease but also losing a loved one to this let’s pull together and stop cancer if you could sponsor us for our run we would truly appreciate it thankyou 😘

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Katie Train



Thankyou to the people I’ve collected money off up to now you know who you are I’m so very great full to each one of you 💕😘😂


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Thank you to Lindsey Bridget lisa Mandy Lacey and Lacey very much appreciated xx


Michelle Khan



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck to you both Katie xx


Charlotte Robinson



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good Luck Katie xxx

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Total raised£120.00



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