Shine Night Walk - Full Marathon
23 Sep 2017

A member of Team JNNAK

Jess and Nina's fundraising page

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Nina Janaway

Total raised


+ £48.75 Gift Aid

85 Complete
85% of £300.00 target

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My Dad /Jess' grandad died of cancer a few years ago and he is truly missed and we would like to raise money for cancer so other people get to have better treatment and their family's don't have to go through all the pain . My Dad isn't the only one in the family who has had cancer as jess' other grandad has unfortunately been diagnosed with cancer a few months back .Also it isn't about the unfortunate things that happens with cancer we have to celebrate the good things as our family friend peter has survived thanks to the all the lovely people who donate money to cancer research and other cancer charities the right treatment can be found and more cures are being found .More and more people are getting the all clear Whitch is amazing now let's beat cancer ?‍♀️ ?

Latest updates


Justine Wilson



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Nicky Woolnough



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done hun xx


Jenny Quach



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Kerrie Toomey



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done Nina so very proud of you both lots of love Bells Graham Skylar & Reggie ???xxx


Bridgette Smith



Well done Nina !
We are so proud of you !
The Smiths x


J Burr



Well done,a great achievement for a great cause .x

Total raised£255.00



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