100K Challenge
30 Apr 2021

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Lesley's Giving Page

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Lesley Mitchell

Total raised


+ £45.00 Gift Aid

100 Complete
100% of £200.00 target

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Join us for a 100k challenge to help raise funds for CRUK's life saving work.

In memory of

Everyone that could not be saved, my mum especially.

About this event:
Take part in the 100km challenge and count your K until May! Between now and the end of May we are encouraging brave participants to take steps towards beating cancer by walking/running 100km. Those participants who reach the 100km milestone by the end of May and raise at least £100 will be awarded a special bespoke medal! If you are taking part across the UK, we will post your medal to you. This event is organised by Relay For Life Peterhead.

On the day:
The challenge is to achieve 100km by the end of May 2021. You can achieve the 100km any way you wish – you might want to walk daily laps around your garden or run 5k per week for the next 20 weeks….the possibilities are endless!

Get involved:
Sign up to the 100k Challenge is £10. Take part in this great virtual event and make a difference raising vital lifesaving funds for CRUK!

Latest updates


Elizabeth Murdoch



+£17.50 Gift Aid

What a good cause, but rather you than me doing the walk. Love you, Liz and Dad


Elizabeth Walker



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Keith Sinclair



+£5.00 Gift Aid

All the best with your challenge!

K x


Sheila Lothian



+£12.50 Gift Aid

In loving memory 💕





Go Aunty Lesley! Love from Annabell xxx


Libby Sinclair



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Lesley, great cause. Xx

Total raised£200.00



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