Wrexham 5k 2018
13 May 2018

A member of Nia, Em and Dani

Nia's Race for Life

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Nia Roberts

Total raised


+ £117.50 Gift Aid

1170 Complete
1170% of £50.00 target

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My motivation is my mum and mother in law ❤ marina ❤ barbara❤

I'm running the race for life on 13th may as it's a cause close to my heart. I lost my mother in law on 30th April 2018. She was a good woman and an even better mother and nanny. She would do anything for anyone. She was diagnosed on the 6th may 2017 she under went chemo for half a year and was told before Christmas it had reduced and to enjoy Christmas. Fast forward to March of this year she was taken Ill by strep a streptococcil infection where she was taken into intensive care and the family were told it had come back with avengence. Just over 4 weeks later she passed away at home with her family beside her.
My mother was diagnosed back In February with secondary breast cancer. We soon learnt it had spread to other parts of her body. We thought we had more time with her. 😣 unfortunately that's not the case as she is very poorly. Another fantastic nanny and mother. ❤I'm running this race for life to help towards a cure for this horrible disease and so no other family has to suffer the way mine is. ❤ marina ❤ barbara ❤

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Alex Cattley



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Mary Hughes



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JennyRoyCarys Reeve



+£10.00 Gift Aid

Mel Brown




Tara Jones



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Rob Wolstenholme



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£585.00



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