Glasgow Pretty Muddy 5k 2018
9 Sep 2018

Meldob's Race for Life

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Meldob Dobbie

Total raised


+ £11.75 Gift Aid

94 Complete
94% of £50.00 target

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Meldobs taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy Edinburgh

Hey Everyone, 22nd of September 2018 ill be taking part in the Edinburgh Pretty Muddy 5k with my work gals, I was meant to be doing both Glasgow and Edinburgh but won’t be here for the Glasgow race but the rest of the girls will do me proud 💪🏼 So on the 22nd of sept in Edinburgh Its probs gonna be cold and wet but its all for a great cause and one very close to my heart!... oh and I like rolling about in the mud haha!

As I said this is a charity very close to my heart and the horrible disease has not only affect my family but my very close friends. Every year I like to do my part and give back so please donate however small the donation is as every penny counts and ill be forever grateful. This year I’ll be doing it in support of my mate Peter Hill who has just resently found out he has leukaemia.

So moan donate and in return youll see pictures of me head to toe with mud dripping down my face and me greetin that theres mud in my weave haha :)

Thanks in advance, Mel - Team Scottishpower Kura Girls

Latest updates


Cancer Research UK



You're almost there Meldob! You've reached 75% of your £50.00 target.


Gavin Harvey



+£5.00 Gift Aid

You can do it meldob ! Thinking of you Peter ! Keep fighting ! Love gayvin


Rachel Manning



+£0.50 Gift Aid

Cancer Research UK



You're halfway there Meldob! You've reached 50% of your £50.00 target.


Cancer Research UK



Well done Meldob! You’ve reached a total of £25. Keep up the good work!


Mark Hannah



+£2.50 Gift Aid


Total raised£47.00



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