2019 Vitality Big Half
10 Mar 2020

A member of Radley Road Runners

Lucy's Giving Page

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Lucy Anderson

Total raised


+ £231.25 Gift Aid

204 Complete
204% of £500.00 target

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Let's be honest, running sucks, but cancer sucks more, and raising money to help beat cancer is cool. So I'd love it if you could donate to my page to help us beat cancer!

So, plot twist, running is way harder and more painful than I thought, and my original plan of running the royal parks half had to be cancelled. Good news, I’m still running a half marathon!!!!! More chances to donate and more chance for me to actually get fit and run properly without hurting myself. Knee injury permitting the Vitality Big Half beckons on 1st March. Cancer has affected the lives of loads of people around us, and the ace people at Cancer Research UK are doing their absolute best every day to try to change that, which is why I’ve been raising money for them. We will be reminded whilst we're running that what we're doing is helping to beat this, and that will definitely help me get to the finish line. Thanks for reading my story and donating to my page!!!!

Latest updates


Emma Blakey



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Amazing, well done 🙂


Siobhan Sharp



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Well done Lucy! You looked great out there! X


Nancy Beardall



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Well done Lucy you are a true inspiration plus you smashed it!! Xx


Hannah Britton



Lucy you champ! Well done! So so proud of you! xxx


Helena Bennett



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go Lucy!!!


Nikola Kosicka



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£1,025.00



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