Gillingham 5k 2018
27 May 2018

Mia and Marina's race for life page

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Mia Wilson

(page managed by Marina Wilson)

Total raised


+ £43.75 Gift Aid

78 Complete
78% of £250.00 target

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Marina and Mia are taking part in the Race for Life to help beat cancer

In memory of

Heather McAulay

A few years ago my daughter, Mia, and I visited my beautiful and courageous cousin Heather at her home overlooking the Firth of the Forth. We spent a lovely evening with her and her long-term partner Paul chatting, looking at photographs of their travels and laughing a lot. All of us knowing that she didn't have much time left. In the morning we took a walk and I got to spend some time with my cousin in the fresh air. She was inspiring and amazing and at peace with everything. That was the last time we saw her. In July 2017 Heather lost her battle with cancer. Mia and I plan to commemorate her and my amazing Auntie Jess who also sadly lost her battle almost a decade previously. We do this in memory of these inspirational women, always loved, never forgotten.

Latest updates


Irene Maycock



Well done Mia and Marina.


Stuart Grant



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Cancer Research UK




Well done Mia, you just got your fifth donation!


Suzy Micklewright



Go well Mia and Marina. Hope you enjoy your run for Heather


Colin McAulay



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Thanks for your efforts .

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Mia Wilson


Thank you all so very much. Let's keep this up and see what we can achieve

Total raised£195.00



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