Ilkley 5k 2018
17 Jun 2018

Sally's Race for Life

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Sally Kernick

Total raised


+ £81.25 Gift Aid

434 Complete
434% of £100.00 target

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

In memory of

Mum, Nana, Sheila

My beautiful brave Mum was diagnosed with cancer of the liver on Monday 29th January, Mum being Mum wiped all our tears and told us she was ready to fight the fight of her life, after numerous tests and biopsies only 7 weeks later we were told the devastating news that would turn our world upside down, that treatment wasn’t an option and my darling mum only had weeks left. My darling, beautiful brave Mum passed away peacefully on Friday 23rd March at home with all her family around her. My Mum was the most beautiful person inside and out and would do anything to help anybody out. She had 5 Grandchildren who she adored and called her bears but she was Nana to lots more who were so lucky to have known her . The most unselfish person I have ever known and we all miss her with all our hearts everyday.
So this is why on the 17th June I will be participating in the 5k race for life in Ilkley in honour of the bravest lady I’m lucky to have called Mum 💕

Latest updates


Terri Gregory



Well done Sally and Maddy xxx


Cancer Research UK




Well done Sally, you just got your twenty-fifth donation!


Carol Kernick



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done ladies 💓


Usman & Naheed



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck Sally 🤞
Love Usman, Naheed, Yusuf & Mikhail


Justine Black



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Jodie Marshment



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good Luck today ladies !

Total raised£435.00



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