Liverpool - Sefton Park 5k 2019
7 Jul 2019

A member of Eileens Angels

Kim's Race for Life

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Kim Cross

Total raised


+ £22.50 Gift Aid

160 Complete
160% of £100.00 target

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In memory of

Our lovely mum Eileen Jones

As most people know back in 2012 we lost our lovely mum to this horrible disease. We have lost so many family and friends to this horrible disease and run (well walk) in memory of every one of them. Every year we run (well walk) the Race for Life at Sefton Park which holds so many childhood memories because this is where mum used to take the five of us plus half of the kids from the street with our butties and bottles of pop. Along with myself Sharon and Debbie 3 of mums great granddaughters and one of her great grandsons are joining in the event. We also have Sue who is a lovely family friend and my sister in laws family who again are very close to us. We always make this a great family day with a picnic and the promise (bribe) of an Ice Cream to the little ones who are aged from 4-10. So if any one is free please come and join us at Sefton Park it would be great to see family and friends xxx

Latest updates


Joyce Hughes




Pamela Crompton



Good luck today Kimmy and girls will be thinking of you all big hugs for racing in memory of Eileen and all your friends and family x x


Carole Jarvis



good luck too you all!!!! xxx


Ally Hughes



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck to you all 👍👍👍


Sheelagh Charnock




Janine Mooney



+£2.50 Gift Aid

For those still fighting we will fight with you!

Total raised£160.00



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