Dryathlon 2020
January 2020

Rebecca takes on Dryathlon

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Rebecca Fisher-Jackson

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110 Complete
110% of £50.00 target

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This 'prosecc-hoe' is giving up all alcohol this January for Cancer Research UK.

Since starting university in 2017, most of y'all that know me already know that I'm quite fond a drink, especially jaegerbombs and prosecco...some of my pals even jokingly called me a 'prosecc-hoe'.

Whether I'm up on the Kings' Karaoke stage screaming along to Taylor Swift songs, or dad dancing in Pulse, I'm normally found with a drink in hand.

Old habits die hard, but this January I'd like to make a change. It's the beginning of a new year and a new decade, and I'd really like to stop drinking. I've signed up for Dry January this year to do myself some good (I'm sure my liver and bank account will definitely thank me), and to raise money for a fantastic cause at the same time. My thought process is if I post this on Facebook, A). I won't back out of it, and B). I'll hopefully do some good, too.

The sad reality is that cancer is an horrific disease and I can't think of anyone in my life that hasn't been affected by it's insidious effects in some way or another.

I've included some hilarious photos below showing my drunken exploits over the past three years at uni for your enjoyment at what a drunken mess I used to be, and to show how genuinely hard I'm going to find doing this.

Please consider donating to this page to help fight it.

Lots of love,
Rebs xoxo

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Colin Fisher-Jackson



Proud of you xx


Rosemary Fisher-Jackson



Well done xxxx


Lauren Taylor



Total raised£55.00



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