Fitness February
February 2019

Megan takes on Fitness February

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Megan Rogers

Total raised


+ £7.50 Gift Aid

35 Complete
35% of £100.00 target

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I'm taking on Fitness February to raise money for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

Hello everyone, my name is Meg

I have decided that the year of 2019 will be the year that I push myself to help others. This is the first time I have ever attempted any sort of fund raising for charities. I have chosen the Fitness February challenge and my goal is to reach £100 by the end of February. This challenge will include me doing some sort of physical activity each day in February whether it is a gym class, running, walking, yoga, climbing it doesn't matter.

If you cannot donate money then please donate something that you no longer need from your home to give to a charity shop so that they can sell on the item and profit from it this way. Thank you very much for supporting me and I will posting updates throughout the month to keep everyone informed of my progress :)


Meg x

Latest updates


Christina Bradbury



+£1.25 Gift Aid

So sorry I can’t give more hun, well done and keep going for such a good cause x


Jackie Hutchinson



+£1.25 Gift Aid
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Megan Rogers


Day 1 complete!! I did a spin class today, something that I do often anyway but I thought I would throw myself into this with something that I am comfortable with! Thanks for your donations so far! Meg x


Wendy Deakin




JimDeanna Brodie



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good for you. Well done xx


Margaret Rogers



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck meg xxx

Total raised£35.00



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