Laura's Race for Life

Luton 5k 2018
24 Jun 2018

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Laura's Race for Life

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Laura Hart

Total raised


+ £78.75 Gift Aid

300 Complete
300% of £150.00 target

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Thinking of my Auntie Anne who lost her life to cancer .

In memory of

Anne Kings

Last yeah I took part for the first time , I found it tough but was amazed I crossed the finish line in just over 46 minutes ( with the help of my lovely friend Angi ! ) so I’m back taking part again this year , I want to raise as much I can to help research into this awful disease .

Back in January my lovely Auntie lost her battle with it , so I’ll be running in her memory this time.

Whatever you can donate will be great ! I’ll be posting all my training runs (jog/walk combos ) to FB and Instagram , so you see how I’m getting on .

THANK YOU , Laura xxx

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Latest updates


Gloria and Mel Taylor



Offline donation from Mel and Gloria , thanks so much !


Jack and Barbara Bannister



Offline donation from Jack and Barbara , thanks so much !


Cancer Research UK




Well done Laura, you just got your twenty-fifth donation!


Lynsey Wheeldon



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck today you are going to be amazing! Don’t worry about the time get yourself around and hope your knee holds up! Xx


Anita Noble



Good luck Laura !! 🍀🏃🏽‍♀️❤️ You’ve trained so hard & I know you will be absolutely amazing tomorrow xxx


Judy and Don Joy



Offline donation from Judy and Don , thanks so much !!

Total raised£450.00



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