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Head shaving around 4pm
10 Apr 2021

Head Shave For Georgie

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Mike Carroll

Total raised

£680.00

+ £138.75 Gift Aid

226 Complete
226% of £300.00 target
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I'm fundraising for Cancer Research UK to support Georgie

Georgie is my sister and she lives in Australia. Since she became ill there has been very little I can do to support her - apart from be there for her...13,000 miles away!

She starts chemo next week (12/04/2021), and I would very much like to show her that I'm with her and thinking of her even though I'm on the other side of the world.

So, this Saturday (10/04/2021) my brother Steve and I have decided to shaved our heads. Our aim is to make Georgie feel she is not alone; that she is very important to us and that we are more than willing to look like we are on chemo...just for her.

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John Faley

2021-05-15T11:39:19+00:00

£50.00

+£12.50 Gift Aid

Best wishes & Stay Positive

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Mike Carroll

2021-05-09T18:23:04+00:00

Three weeks on: Georgie, Steve, and Mike

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Jane Ansell

2021-04-30T05:50:26+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

Mike - You're amazing

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Brenda Redford

2021-04-21T09:32:46+00:00

£10.00

+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well Done Mike.

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Tracey Kempthorne

2021-04-12T15:50:08+00:00

£10.00

+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Mike
I hope your sister is doing well

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Kaye Turetta

2021-04-12T15:34:26+00:00

£10.00

+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£680.00

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