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London - Blackheath Pretty Muddy 5k 2020
28 Jun - 6 Sep 2020

Kerry's Race for Life

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Kerry Ives

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£10.00

+ £2.50 Gift Aid

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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer

In memory of

My Dad

On April 1st 2019 we lost my dad to bowel and stomach cancer. He was a man so full of fun and life and he was such a big part of our family.

He found out he had terminal cancer 2 days after his wedding to my mum In September 2018 and from that day his life was filled with hospitals and treatments and basically just cancer. He fought so hard right till the end and I will never forget the courage and determination he had. watching someone you love go through something like that changes you for life.

Also while my dad was going through this my beautiful cousin Trudi got diagnosed with cancer too. Our girl beat it and She got to ring that bell and every day I am thankful for this.

So Trudi thought we should do something in my dads memory to raise money for this awful disease that affects us all in different ways.

So Me, Caitlin, Trudi, Emily, Dylan, Ryan, Lucy, Kayley, Keira and Jess are Trying to raise as much money as we can so we can keep fighting cancer and to remember a wonderful, brave, funny man who is so deeply missed.

Love you all.
Kerrry Ives

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Kelly Frost

2020-02-03T13:14:12+00:00

£10.00

+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck, much love xx

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Kerry Ives

2020-02-03T12:34:13+00:00

Total raised£10.00

Online£10.00

Offline£0.00

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