Fife Pretty Muddy Kids 2019
15 Jun 2019

A member of Muddy for Megan

Robyn's Race for Life

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Robyn Clarkson

Total raised


+ £176.25 Gift Aid

320 Complete
320% of £250.00 target

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Robyn and friends are taking part in Pretty Muddy to raise money to help beat cancer sooner. She's raising money in memory of Megan, her 2 year old cousin who we lost on January 2nd 2019.

In memory of

Megan, Robyns little cousin

Robyn is taking part in pretty muddy with some of her friends, where they're going to get - Muddy for Megan. Sadly Megan died on 2 January 2019 just three weeks after being diagnosed with type three Pleuropulmonary Blastoma – a rare and aggressive form of lung cancer found in children. She was only 2 years, 11 months and 6 days old when she passed. Robyn wants to do something for others while she tries to get her head around life without her little cousin Megan. Robyn talks about Megan daily and cuddles tightly Megan's bunny toy Lily every night. We hope these funds go towards earlier diagnosis of childhood cancer.

Latest updates


Sarah Morrison



Awesome job girls! Robyn you did your cousin so proud I am sure! Well done.


Ruth Tullis



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Congrats girls! What an amazing thing to do! Xoxo


Lorraine Evans



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well Done Robyn...!


Susan Taylor



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Well done Robyn and friends! Super proud of u all 🏃‍♀️❤️


Keith Crombie



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Robyn!


Silvana Hanvey



+£2.50 Gift Aid

What a wonderful gesture. Good luck Robyn and well done xoxoxoxo

Total raised£800.00



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Childhood cancer

Each year, around 1,500 children are diagnosed with cancer in the UK. Thanks to major advances in research, around three-quarters of children with cancer now survive. Help Cancer Research UK discover better and kinder treatments for all cancers and to continue to improve overall survival for childhood cancer.