Cheshire - Tatton Park Pretty Muddy 5k 2018
23 Jun 2018

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Kirsty's Race for Life

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Kirsty Chorlton

Total raised


+ £24.63 Gift Aid

178 Complete
178% of £100.00 target

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

On the 23rd of June myself, Lauren and Bethan will be taking on the pretty mudder to raise money for cancer research.

We’ve decided to take on this challenge as we want to do something fun whilst in the hope to raise money to find a cure sooner for this horrible disease. Having seen people so close to me battle through it.. including my Grandma who has battled Breast Cancer twice... thanks to the research and the Christie I still have my Grandma by my side today.

However, it’s time we found more research as my amazing Grandad sadly lost his 13 month battle to Leukaemia in May 2016. If only he was here to laugh at me as I stumble through the mud.

As some of you may or may not know, my soon to be Mother in law has recently been diagnosed with this cruel disease. Therefore, we feel it’s time to get muddy and do our bit for cancer research. All three of them are a true inspiration to me after all they have and continue to go through❤️

Cancer step back, we’re coming for you!

From the bottoms of our hearts...thank you in advance all donations will be extremely appreciated. Kirsty x

Latest updates


Nanna xx




Andrew Wallenfang



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Kirsty! Xxx






Love grandma and grandad xx




David Baker



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Kirsty.


Annie and Greg



Total raised£178.50



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