39th Great Christmas Pudding Race
7 Dec 2019

Royal Holloway Women's football PudRun 2019

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Alissa Chohan

Total raised


+ £179.50 Gift Aid

105 Complete
105% of £1,200.00 target

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The ultimate Christmas charity fun run event of the year! Held in Covent Garden, London in aid of Cancer Research UK.

Every year Royal Holloway University women's football team competes in PudRun in aid of cancer research! This is such an amazing event that we love participating in and raising money for, considering that the effects of cancer have affected most people on the team in one way or another. Statistically, 1 in 2 people in the UK born after 1960 will be diagnosed with some form of cancer during their lifetime, but through our donations and competing in this event, we hope that we can make a difference so that we no longer have to be faced with such startling facts.

All donations are welcome and hugely appreciated and we'll be sure to keep you all updated on our progress before, during and after the event!

About this event:
In your team of 6, you'll race around an obstacle course like no other, bouncing over inflatable slides, zooming through foam slaloms and dodging flour filled balloons.

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Karen Chapman



Well done Izzy that looked great fun


Angela Dearnley



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Paul Frey



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Very well Done Isobel and the whole team, fantastic effort :)


Peter Liwe



Have a fun run Hannah!





Daniel for Chloe


Lauren Gomez cullen



Total raised£1,265.61



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