Shine Leicester 10k 2018
20 Oct 2018

Lets kick cancer ass

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Terri McCabe

Total raised


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

26 Complete
26% of £150.00 target

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I’m taking part in Shine Night Walk to help beat cancer

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David Bailey



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck I’m sure you will do it your strong you have shown that all ready....
And we’re very thankful to have you with us 👍🏻


Lyndsey Bailey



I’m thankful to all the staff that made it possible for Terri’s survival and ongoing support. What a fighter! Good luck ❤️

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Terri McCabe


Four years ago I survived my fight with brain cancer, it has left me with epilepsy and unable to smell or taste. Throughout my life my friends and family have also been affected by cancer, my nan and uncle unfortunately lost their fight, as well as other family members. My mum has won her fight twice, my step mum beat her fight, so although this is just a small token I am trying to give back to those that helped me and my family, and will carry on going on to help others. So please help me by donating as little or as much as you can for me to complete the Shine Leicester 10k walk. Thankyou xx

Total raised£40.00



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Brain cancer

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