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Newcastle Pretty Muddy Kids 2020
12 Jul - 4 Oct 2020

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Lola's Pretty Muddy Kids by Race for Life

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Lola Taylor-Heron

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I'm taking on a Pretty Muddy Kids challenge by Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer sooner

In memory of

Jo Fry

10 Oct 1950 - 05 May 2015

Cancer is happening right now, and everyone you know has been affected by it.

We all either know someone, or are some who has battled with cancer. Some of us have won the fight, but sadly, some of us were not so lucky 💔

That is why we are taking part in The Race for Life's Pretty Muddy Kids event in Newcastle on Sunday 12 July 2020, to raise money and save lives.

My cousin Gabriel (Jo's Grandson) and my pals Ellie and Amelia will be completing a rather delightful obsticle course, while wearing lovely, sparkling white t shirts and promise we won't get dirty at all 🤔🤣🙈 or....maybe we'll get a little bit dirty....or, maybe we'll be mud monsters by the end of it...😂😂😂

I'm going to train super, super hard. My training will mainly consist of getting as clarity as I can, as often as I can...pretty clever huh?! 😉

1 in 2 people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. Will you help me improve their chances by donating? Every single pound I can raise will make a difference!!

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