10 Minute Movement Challenge
13 - 29 Jun 2020

North Suffolk Sport and Health Partnership

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Jeffrey Hoey

Total raised


+ £111.75 Gift Aid

54 Complete
54% of £1,000.00 target

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Your 10 Minute Challenge

The North Suffolk Sports Partnership is running a 10 Minute Movement Challenge to raise much needed funds for Cancer Research Uk.

Due to Covid-19 many schools in Lowestoft and Beccles are unable to raise the amazing amounts of money they do year in, year out. So the partnership has decided on their behalf to run a Virtual Celebration of Movement for families in Lowestoft and Beccles. A special thank you to Roman Hill Primary School and Mr Forwood for creating this idea and supporting it development.

Our Aim is to get 1,000 people moving during these two weeks and together achieve 10,000 Active Minutes of Movement to raise the awareness of Cancer Research Uk.

Therefore if you could support us in this quest by donating or posting a photo or video of your 10 Minute Movement Challenge our social media sites we would be very grateful. @NorthSuffolkSG #10MinuteChallnege

Latest updates


Jeffrey Hoey



+£2.75 Gift Aid

Thank you to everyone for being part of this project.


Sarah Mirgaux



Really pleased to offer this Donation, Go Roman Hill! From Mr & Mrs Mirgaux and family.


Louise Ellis



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Louise Connellan



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Heidi Hynd



Well done Leo (Gunton Primary School) good running💪💪


Lizzie bee Poitras



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well Done Jack Cutts proud of you , you’ve achieved and kept moving right through lockdown xx love you xx

Total raised£540.00



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