York 5k 2019
15 Sep 2019

A member of Team Hambi

Katy's Race for Life

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Katy Hambleton

(page managed by Laura Hambleton)

Total raised


+ £13.26 Gift Aid


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

We know that running this 5 km is going to be tough for our little (and not so little) legs. We know it will be a hard physical and emotional struggle. But a few years ago when our dear friend Isaac was diagnosed with cancer, he spent a year of his life battling against cancer. He endured pain, sickness and countless procedures to work to save his life. By the miraculous loving grace of God and through the wonders of cancer research we rejoiced in having him and his family to visit us in England last year. A bone marrow transplant saved his life. Research is on going and we want to see a day when other kids don't have to watch their friends struggle like we watched Isaac. We pray that the money raised will work to beating cancer. Please join us as we run this run for Isaac...our dear friend who we are excited to see and play with on our next trip to NZ

Latest updates


Kate Pollitt



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Well done Katy! Love from Jenson and Orley xx


trevor mansfield



+£5.00 Gift Aid

good hopping


Wendy Mansfield



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Go Katy! I’m very impressed!!! Can you give me some tips?? Lots of love Auntie Wendy


Andrew Southerton



Go Katy!





+£3.88 Gift Aid

Very proud of you Katy! It’s a wonderful cause. X


Em Hutchings



When your legs get tired, run with your heart!! Such a great cause ♥️. We love you! xxx

Total raised£83.00



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