Enfield 5k 2019
9 Jun 2019

Lansbury's Race for Life

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Zoe Lansbury

Total raised


+ £18.75 Gift Aid

125 Complete
125% of £100.00 target

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We are taking part in the race for life to raise money to finally beat cancer and help towards a future without this awful disease.

In memory of

Kathleen Callaghan

Our family like many others has been touched by cancer.

The heart and soul and the rock of our family, was taken by cancer 2 years ago.

Our Nan fought a long and hard battle against cancer and she fought hard to the very end.

Losing her was truly soul destroying and watching her demise and become a shadow of herself was horrific and no family should have to witness that and no person should ever have to go through that.

We hope that one day this awful disease that doesn't care about age, class, gender or race will be eradicated and no further suffering will be caused to anyone.

We are running this race in our nans name but our family has been touched by cancer more than once, some have lost their fight and some are continuing their fight to this very day.

Please donate anything you can it all helps towards hopefully a cancer free future.

Thank you

Lucas, Stephanie, Logan, Jessie, Zoe and Georgia.

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Clara Vacaru




Paul Rose



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done xxx lots of love xxx The Roses xxx


Zoe Lansbury



+£5.00 Gift Aid

You 4 amazing children are an inspiration to everyone.
Nan would be exceptionally proud of you just like I am


Gary Barrow



Well done everyone your nan will be proud love ya x


Tina Killeen



Offline donation


Ellen Harrington



Offline donation

Total raised£125.00



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