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Ipswich 5k 2018
24 Jun 2018

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Total raised


+ £770.50 Gift Aid

3602 Complete
3602% of £100.00 target

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I’m taking part in Race for Life with my Mummy, and my friend Ellie and her Mummy.

In memory of

Nanny Margaret

I’m taking part in the race for life because my friend Ellie & I never got to meet our amazing Nannys. Our Mummy’s say that they were amazing Mummys & that they would have been the MOST amazing Nannys to us.
So! I’m running, walking, laughing, crying & moaning (I am 5 years old after all) all the way to the finish line to raise money so that everyone is able to keep their amazing nanny (I get a big medal at the end too & and I do love a medal, & lots of food at the picnic!)
Please sponsor me as I will get to the finish & help nannys - & everyone else who is amazing - stay around for many years to come so that they don’t miss out xxx

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Terry Wright and Bennett Babes



+£15.50 Gift Aid

Well Done. A Great Cause.


Gary and Rosalie Lawrence



+£10.00 Gift Aid

Well done! X


Jen Bacon



+£5.00 Gift Aid






+£5.75 Gift Aid

Well done Florence & Rebecca.
Rebecca, wishing you a speedy recovery.


Jo Atkinson



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Laura Blanche



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£3,602.00



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