Ipswich 5k 2018
24 Jun 2018

A member of Rita's Rangers

Lucy's Race for Life

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Lucy Wilde

Total raised


+ £12.50 Gift Aid

200 Complete
200% of £25.00 target

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise the importance of standing together...

My wonderful Mum, Rita Graham, was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year and as a family we are gathering from across the country to take part in the 5k Muddy and 5k Race for Life in Ipswich where she and my Dad show her how much we love her, and encourage her and all the individuals and families currently in the same situation as our family.

On Saturday I will be doing The Muddy with my sister Sally, daughter AJ, my nephew's wives Becca and Beth and Becky a much loved member of our extended family.

On Sunday I will be walking the 5k Race for Life with my other daughter Jesy and her 5 month old baby son, my littlest grandson, Finnley. I will be walking on behalf of my twin sister Julie who is currently fighting her own disease in alcohol rehab and so can't be with us as planned.

If any of you feel able to donate something, however small, it would be greatly appreciated. And thank you all for your continued support, prayers and well wishes for my Mum...she's fighting a great fight!

Latest updates


Angela Parkin



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Lucy! Hope you raise lots of money for such a great cause xx


Rachel Oliver



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Lucy xx


Emma & Sylva Atkins-Pressegh



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good cause, have a good day, I hope you reach your target x


Cancer Research UK




Well done Lucy, you got your first donation!


Mike Redmon



+£5.00 Gift Aid

God Bless you Rita

Total raised£50.00



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