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Pumpkin Carving Competition
21 - 30 Oct 2019

Wintern's Pumpkin Carving Competition

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Tallulah Woods

Total raised

£18.00

+ £1.00 Gift Aid

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The Wintern's are raising as much as we can to beat cancer!

Get your pumpkins at the ready because Halloween is creeping up fast. The ‘Winterns’ (Winter Interns) are getting into the ghoulish spirit with a pumpkin carving competition. Grab a pumpkin and get those creative juices flowing to be in with the chance of winning some of CRUK’s most prestigious pumpkin carving titles and, of course, some spooktacular prizes.
This is an amazing opportunity to be crowned CRUK’s Halloqueen (or King) whilst raising vital funds to support our lifesaving work. Whether you’re carving with your #SquadGhouls, or entering as a lone werewolf, get that pumpkin and carve it for cancer!
Entering couldn’t be simpler. Carve your pumpkin, donate £2 here (make sure you include a note with your name) and email a picture of your creations to emily.mundon@cancer.org.uk. Entries must be received by 12 noon on 30th October. Keep an eye on your inbox, winners will be announced on Halloween. Fangs in advance for your support.

Latest updates

Anonymous

Anonymous

2019-11-05T17:00:09+00:00

£5.00

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Emily Mundon

2019-10-31T10:47:29+00:00

£3.00

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Martin Mills

2019-10-30T11:27:02+00:00

£2.00

Happy Halloween!

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Joana Medeiros

2019-10-30T10:55:49+00:00

£2.00

+£0.50 Gift Aid
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Julia Oddy

2019-10-29T16:26:43+00:00

£2.00

Happy Halloween!

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Rajvir Dhaliwal

2019-10-29T16:25:55+00:00

£2.00

Total raised£18.00

Online£18.00

Offline£0.00

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