Southampton 5k 2018
1 Jul 2018

Nina's Race for Life

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Nina Bennett

Total raised


+ £203.75 Gift Aid

580 Complete
580% of £250.00 target

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

I was diagnosed with stage 2 Breast Cancer in February 18, I have had a bilateral mastectomy and lymph nodes removed. I am using this page as a fund raiser but also awareness for all you lovely ladies out there. I was 35 when I found a lump, please check yourself regularly and go to your GP if you have any doubt.
I am currently undergoing Chemotherapy and radiotherapy after, I still have a long way to go but feel this event will be a positive for me.
I am doing it with my daughter Grace, my Mum, sisters and my nieces. I have had such wonderful support from all my friends and family.

If you’re reading this for the first time and didn’t know about my cancer please don’t feel upset, I am feeling well and fighting hard.

I hope you can give generously and thank you all x x


Latest updates


Spinlock Team



Proceeds from Staff Auction.

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Nina Bennett


Wow!!! Totally overwhelmed. Thank you all so so much. 💞


Caroline Senior



Tuck Box donations from all Spinlock staff

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Nina Bennett


Thank you so much.I am so very overwhelmed with the kindness of all you lovely people. Well done to Sean and his wife for doing the Boxing Day swim you are both amazing. 💞


Sean Austin & friends



A chilly Boxing Day swim and a lot of support from friends and work colleagues!


Steven Bennett



+£8.75 Gift Aid

Well done nina x

From Mike Mum Pam Sarah and Nanny

Total raised£1,450.93



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