Sugar Free February
February 2020

Phil takes on Sugar Free February

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Phil McDonald

Total raised


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

260 Complete
260% of £100.00 target

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I'm giving up sugar this February for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

I ain't doing Red January because I already cycle to work everyday. I could go meat free for a month no problem. I've probably unintentionally gone a month without drinking without trying/noticing. But going sugar free for an entire month is a tough one. I do love a nice biscuit/chocolate bar/cake.

I was gonna go sugar free for lent anyway to see if I could do it, until I was told Sugar Free February was a thing, so that's why I'm doing this. It'd be nice to raise £100 for Cancer Research. We all know somebody who's been affected by Cancer.

So donate if you want to, and please don't bring any biscuits to work in February.

Latest updates





great cause!!!


Stephanie Ferguson



You are in the home stretch! Congratulations!


Lynsey Mcdonald



Well done Phillip I know how much you like a pudding!

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Phil McDonald


2 weeks in, halfway thought the month and I no longer crave anything sweet. Instead of replacing any cravings with eating fruit I now just don't snack at all between meals. Still, that hasn't stopped me planning what sweet treat/massive cake I'm going to eat on March 1st...


Daniel Burns



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Great cause mate!


Lauren Stinchcombe



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Total raised£260.00



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