Norwich 5K 2019
12 May 2019

Rebecca's Race for Life

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Rebecca Ingham

Total raised


+ £54.50 Gift Aid

233 Complete
233% of £100.00 target

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In memory of

Abi Ingham

Abi was diagnosed in October 2016 with a diffuse astrocytoma, and bravely battled this horrible and vicious disease with guts and determination - throughout 2 courses of radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

Everyone that saw her and met her always said that they couldn’t believe that she had an incurable disease - such was her zest and love of life. Sadly, in October 2018, another tumour was discovered and darling Abi passed away on the 6th of January this year - a day before her 41st birthday.

Abi was a loving and adoring wife, step-mum, daughter, sister, auntie and such an important part of her two families. She loved and lived life to the full, and despite her condition, always managed a smile and a kind word for those who saw her - so it is in her memory that we are running this Race For Life, and hope that you can dig deep, in order that we can assist Cancer Research UK to finally find a cure for all types of cancer, and stop this happening to many more people who are so dearly loved ❤️❤️

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Chris Ingham



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Thank you all for doing this in Abi’s honour and memory. An amazing thing to do for my wonderful, sweet, beautiful wife ❤️ Good luck girls xxxx





+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Becky


Tracy Clarke



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Emma Scholey



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck lovely! 😊❤️


Liz Bonnelykke



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Mr Richard S Mayes



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Great cause, great thing you are doing!

Total raised£233.00



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