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Shine Southampton 10k 2019
7 Sep 2019

Paula's Giving Page

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Paula Farmiloe

Total raised

£530.00

+ £39.25 Gift Aid

353 Complete
353% of £150.00 target
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I'm walking the Shine Night 10k, in the fight to beat cancer in memory of my little sister, Lesley

In memory of

My Sister Lesley

This is my gorgeous little sis, Lesley. I’m sure most of you will know that we lost Lesley (age 51) to cancer just over 2 years ago. The pain of losing someone you love so much to this awful illness is unbearable and is as raw today as it was on the day she died. I can’t do anything to help Lesley now, but I can maybe do a little to hopefully help someone else, to maybe stop another family having to go through the terrible times which my family has. Please if you can spare just a few pounds we would be extremely grateful. ‘Every little helps’

Latest updates

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Joan Nicholas

2019-09-09T15:03:49+00:00

£20.00

Well done Paula love mum and dad x

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Jan Brent

2019-09-07T19:39:05+00:00

£10.00

Good luck Paula...xx

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Neil

2019-09-06T17:07:26+00:00

£17.00

+£4.25 Gift Aid

Good luck tomorrow Paula. It’s a great cause and I’m glad to help you reach your target.

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Jen & Paul

2019-08-06T13:08:22+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid
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Arthur Farmiloe

2019-07-25T15:08:05+00:00

£328.00

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Lauren Frettingham

2019-07-24T02:59:37+00:00

£10.00

+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done ladies!x

Total raised£530.00

Online£530.00

Offline£0.00

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Cause

Breast cancer

With almost 140 women diagnosed every day, breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK. And, although rarer, around 350 men are also diagnosed with breast cancer every year. The good news is more than two-thirds of women now survive 20 years or more. Help Cancer Research UK find new ways to diagnose and treat the disease.