2019 Virgin Money London Marathon
28 Apr 2019

Ritchie's London Marathon

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Ritchie Clark

Total raised


+ £308.25 Gift Aid

78 Complete
78% of £2,000.00 target

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I'm running in memory of my Grandad, and my Mother-in-law who is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer.

In memory of

My Grandad - Bill Clark

I am running the London Marathon 2019 for Cancer Research UK. In February 2009 my Grandad passed away after a long battle with cancer. It's not something I've ever been comfortable talking about and hopefully you'll understand that I don't now. I Just hope that by running the marathon in his memory - and for all the doctors and nurses who cared for him whilst in hospital and the hospice - that I'm making my Grandad proud.

A few months after I entered the ballot, my mother-in-law was diagnosed with breast cancer. Fiona is one of the good people in life, so kind and caring, always putting others first. She is an absolute warrior and as I'm writing this, she has had surgery and completed all six of her chemo sessions.

It's not until you have visit a loved one in hospital or a hospice that you realise just how many people are affected by cancer. This charity is very close to my heart and your support and donations would be so appreciated.

Thank you so much for taking the time to visit my fundraising page.

Latest updates


Ritchie's Dad, Ritchie's Gran, Laura's Grandma




Stag and boy barbershop



Congratulations from all at Stag and Boy!!





+£5.00 Gift Aid

David Green



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Better late than never


Nicola Barnett



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Ritchie 😁


Laura Clark



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Very proud of you, determination wins all xxx

Total raised£1,575.00



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