Solihull 5k 2018
17 Jun 2018

Lauren's Race for Life for Jeanie

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Lauren Gardner

Total raised


+ £27.50 Gift Aid

62 Complete
62% of £200.00 target

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

In memory of


On 15th March 2016, my aunt Jean sadly lost her battle with cancer. Jeanie, my Mom’s sister, was an integral part of our family. What Jeanie lacked in height (only 4’6!) she more than made up for in warmth, laughter and integrity. Jeanie was diagnosed with cancer in early February after multiple trips to the doctor with abdominal pain. She sadly passed away only 6 weeks later, leaving behind a brand new grandson she never met and another due in a matter of weeks.

We now feel the time is right to do something special in memory of Jeanie. This year, myself and my Mom will be running the Solihull Race for Life on Sunday 17th June. We hope to raise money for cancer research to support families and individuals battling cancer.

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Vicky and ant



+£5.00 Gift Aid

God bless Jeannie xxxx all our love to you all


Michelle Silvester



God bless do us proud girls XXX


Cancer Research UK




Well done Lauren, you just got your fifth donation!


Gs Spedding



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Have fun time there! xx

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Lauren Gardner


Thank you Jackie, Phil, Chloe and Lynn for your donations, great start! Please keep sharing the link for my page to make sure as many people as poss can see it :)


Lynn Joyce



Good luck Lauren and your mom, great cause, hour it goes well x

Total raised£125.00



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