Hull Pretty Muddy 5k 2018
7 Jul 2018

Olivia's Race for Life

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Olivia Irwin

Total raised


+ £26.25 Gift Aid

111 Complete
111% of £150.00 target

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This year i will be running the race in memory my Uncle Colin. <3

In memory of

Uncle Colin

This year the race for life is very close to my heart as i will be taking part in the race in memory of my Uncle Colin from Australia who sadly passed away recently following a short but brave and courageous fight against cancer. Australia is so far away and i was unable to visit my family members and support them. This race is in memory of Colin but also to spread my support to my family over in Australia.

Everyone has been affected by cancer whether it is a loved one, friend or yourself and throughout my student nurse training i have cared for many patients' with a cancer diagnosis. By running the race for life i will be raising money to help find a cure and provide treatment, pretty muddy allows me to run the 5K whilst have some fun along the way.

There is no need to donate massive amounts, every little will help, together we can beat cancer and i hope to have your support whilst running the race <3

Latest updates


Karen Langen



I'm so proud of you, I know Dad is looking down on you today Olivia, he would be so very proud you're doing this today in his memory!! Thank you xxxx


Neil Hudson



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Gut luk x


Angela Hudson



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Marilyn Rastall



Good luck Ollie, Colin will be right beside you xx


Oli Allen




Josh Hudson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

This race is extra special to you and your family and I support you all the way. I’m so proud of everything you do !

Total raised£167.50



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