2019 Virgin Money London Marathon
28 Apr 2019

Lee's London Marathon

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Lee Fox

Total raised


+ £266.10 Gift Aid

137 Complete
137% of £1,000.00 target

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I'm running the London Marathon for Cancer Research UK to beat cancer sooner and in honour of Stella. A lovely, brave lady. Rest in peace 19/12/18

In memory of


07 Feb 1941 - 19 Dec 2018

Lee signed up for the challenge of the London Marathon having taken up running last year. He regularly completes the Coventry parkrun on a Saturday morning with his wife, Carole. Throughout the past year, Lee has challenged himself with competitive 5k, 10k and half marathons, but is yet to take on the challenge of 26.2 miles!

In December 2018, Lee's mother-in-law, Stella, unexpectedly passed away. In 2013, Stella suffered from cancer of the appendix, and it seems fitting that Lee runs the London Marathon in her memory whilst trying to raise as much money as possible for a good cause.

Would be grateful for any donations and encouragement we can supply to Lee to get him around the course in memory of Stella.

Latest updates


Christopher Wing



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good effort! Bring on the next one!





+£2.50 Gift Aid

Nice work Lee - Great run.


Stephen Meagher



Great run mate. Amazing commitment. She would be proud.


Simon All



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Estelle Warwick-Wilson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Was thinking of you all yesterday x


Paul Babs and Boys



+£6.50 Gift Aid

Lee apologies this is late , fantastic job matey. Massive Massive achievement .x

Total raised£1,370.40



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