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Bury St Edmunds 5k 2018
10 Jun 2018

Lorraine's Race for Life

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Lorraine O'Connor

(page managed by Maggie O'Connor)

Total raised

£1,720.00

+ £283.75 Gift Aid

860 Complete
860% of £200.00 target
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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

Hello,
As some of you may no my daughter Maggie was diagnosed with cancer in December, she is currently one op down and still facing at least 8 months of chemotherapy and another surgery. Myself, Maggie and my daughter Jody, are going to walk the race for life (those who know me know I don’t walk far, so this is a challenge 😂). As a mum it’s hard watching your child going through such a horrible process and I’d like to raise as much money as I can, to help others in the same situation. I’d be incredibly grateful for any donations made. Thank you x

Latest updates

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The Walls and friends Macmillan Night

2018-08-07T08:47:40+00:00

£360.00

+£90.00 Gift Aid

Thanks to the Walls for hosting and everyone that attended on the night for helping us get to the grand total of £1,720.

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Lorraine Oconnor

2018-07-14T15:53:31+00:00

£460.00

Thank you to everyone who donated xx 😘

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Garmet ltd

2018-06-13T13:21:41+00:00

£50.00

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Pauline Hammans

2018-06-11T08:29:13+00:00

£10.00

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Tyrone Walls & Family

2018-06-11T07:46:02+00:00

£270.00

+£67.50 Gift Aid
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Lorri Delahunty

2018-06-11T06:40:52+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go Lorraine and Maggie! Well done on your race and raising so much money for this amazing cause. Lorri xxx

Total raised£1,720.00

Online£1,720.00

Offline£0.00

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