Telford 5k 2019
2 Jun 2019

A member of Anne and Mia Lloyd

Mia's Race for Life

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Mia Lloyd

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer sooner especially for my Nanny and Aunty Kaz x

Cancer is happening right now, which is why I'm taking part in a Race for Life 5k to raise money and save lives.

Hi Everyone,

Louise here. As some of you may or may not know, my Mom was diagnosed with Terminal Secondary Brain and Bone cancer back in December. Her initial Breast cancer was diagnosed back in 2008 just weeks before Mia was born. As you can imagine this is a really tough time for all our family at the moment. Each week we go to Chemotherapy and the numbers of people there receiving treatment is scary. We all know of someone fighting cancer and the sooner we can try and improve treatment or even possibly find a cure the better because I wouldn’t wish this heartbreak on anyone.

So this year my little Mimi is going to be doing race for life for her Nan and Aunty who is Moms sister (yes it’s that cruel that the both of them have it at the same time 😔) and if anyone can support her no matter how small we will be extremely grateful.

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Roger Coward



Well done Mia xx


Kerry Southall



Well done Mia xxx


Sarah Beddow



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Lloyd McGregor



Good luck Mia x


Nicola Dabbs



Good luck Mia love Nic, Craig, Kaylea and Danny xx


Michelle Ellis



From Dad and Shell

Total raised£510.00



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