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17 Feb 2018

The 'Four Penguins' 100 Mile Walk

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Leigh-Anne McCague

Total raised

£9,180.00

+ £1,217.50 Gift Aid

612 Complete
612% of £1,500.00 target
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Inspired by ITV's Best 100 Walks, we have challenged ourselves to walk 100 miles in penguin suits

Four ladies of varying ages wanted to do something to raise money for Cancer Research as it is a Charity close to our hearts. Would be lovely if we could get some more Happy Feet to walk with us on our next jaunt.
Head Penguin, Sandie Hughes
Second in comand, Charlotte Lawrence
Third Officer, Nadine Lamont-brown
Bringing up the rear, Leigh-Anne McCague

Latest updates

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Joan Mallett

2019-01-31T12:14:07+00:00

£500.00

+£125.00 Gift Aid

Well done Penguins

Anonymous

Anonymous

2018-08-15T10:56:20+00:00

£1,100.00

Offline donation

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Lynn & Ian

2018-06-13T20:42:36+00:00

£70.00

+£17.50 Gift Aid

A late entry to top up the Penguin pot! May the adventure continue :-)

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joe mallett

2018-05-18T21:32:02+00:00

£500.00

well done xxx

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Sandra Hughes

2018-05-05T11:00:37+00:00

£120.00

Thank you Headcorn Art Group, Alison and Steve Cole and Peta Maidment. So very kind of all of you.

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Leigh-Anne McCague

2018-04-26T08:25:52+00:00

£100.00

Thank you to Pat Ryan and Simon Clubley for your generous donation, it's so much appreciated by us Penguins.

Total raised£9,180.00

Online£8,080.00

Offline£1,100.00

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