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Sugar Free February
February 2020

Leigh-Ann takes on Sugar Free February

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Leigh-Ann Hewer

Total raised

£43.00

+ £8.50 Gift Aid

86 Complete
86% of £50.00 target
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I'm giving up sugar this February for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

In memory of

Aunt Viv & Threasea

Thank you for visiting my giving page. Anyone who knows me knows that I have a serious sweet tooth and that I have no self-control when it comes to resisting sugar. I've been wanting to vastly cut down my sugar intake for a long time and I've found that doing it for a cause like this is exactly the kind of responsibility I need to see this through. Everyone has known someone who has died or suffered from Cancer. My family has seen more than enough of it. I've lost people I loved dearly, as well as people I never got the chance to truly know. The cause means a lot to me and so I would be eternally grateful if you could spare some loose change and help me raise some money for a charity that has touched the lives of so many people.

Latest updates

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Lorraine Hewer

2020-02-23T10:58:14+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid
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Andy Sansom

2020-02-15T13:41:36+00:00

£3.00

Best of luck writing without snack breaks 😮 x

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Sophie Toumbas

2020-02-14T18:37:46+00:00

£3.00

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Elizabeth

2020-02-13T20:30:06+00:00

£5.00

+£1.25 Gift Aid
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Indiana Rivers

2020-02-09T14:24:19+00:00

£3.00

Always happy to support you and your sugar-free journey ;)

Proud of you for doing this!

Indy xxx

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Philip Davies

2020-02-03T20:31:37+00:00

£9.00

+£2.25 Gift Aid

Love ya

Total raised£43.00

Online£43.00

Offline£0.00

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