September 2019


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Krissy Rapley

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I'm taking on Sweatember to raise money for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

I am Krissy, wife to Mike and mum to 3 girls. I like the look of exercising but I admit to being a bit underactive in that department even though I dont really sit down with the kids. BUT!!! This is setting me for the rest of my days, setting yo good routines for my kids and for a very good cause.

This September, I’m taking on Sweatember, exercising every day of the month to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured by sponsoring me.

This is for my very good friend Sarah Nash and her family of 3 little kiddies and loving, hardworking husband Mark.

Sarah was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer and is fighting this cancer hard like Mrs. Incredible that she is. This one is for you. Xx

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Hello lovely people! Anyone who knows me, knows I like exercising but prefer to sit and watch BUT, I'm resetting my life for good health, good mentality and good routine for me and my kids for forever! I am taking on Sweatember! for my very lovely friend Sarah Nash and her family. Sarah is 35 and diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer and is fighting it off like the Mrs.Incredible that she is. If you can spare a £1 or 2 for more research and for Sarah, I would very much appreciate your help. Ta. xx

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