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1 Feb 2021

Megan's Marathon Month Challenge Fundraising Page

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Megan Voyse

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I'm running a marathon in a month for Cancer Research UK.

Hello! Thank you for taking your time to visit our fundraising page! We will be running 26.2 miles (marathon distance) throughout the month of February for Cancer Research UK. We are definitely NOT runners but we want to raise as much money as possible, and play our part in giving back to this charity, which is very close to our hearts Any donation, no matter how small, we will be grateful for, as every penny makes a huge difference to vital cancer research. So please show your support!

Thank you so much,
Megan and Dec xx

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Megan Voyse

2021-02-22T17:27:36+00:00

Afternoon Run

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Strava activityRun4.94km31.6m
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Megan Voyse

2021-02-21T10:09:00+00:00

Morning Run

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Strava activityRun5.31km31.52m
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Megan Voyse

2021-02-19T16:00:00+00:00

Afternoon Run

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Strava activityRun3.7km23.22m
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Megan Voyse

2021-02-18T17:43:29+00:00

Evening run

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Strava activityRun3.73km25.05m
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Megan Voyse

2021-02-16T17:43:54+00:00

a wet 5k🥶

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Strava activityRun4.91km31.82m
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Megan Voyse

2021-02-14T12:43:29+00:00

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Strava activityRun5.47km36.18m
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