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London - Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Pretty Muddy Kids 2019
27 Jul 2019

Sammy & Jacob

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Fran Jameson

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£251.00

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167 Complete
167% of £150.00 target
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Sammy & Jacob are taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy in memory of Grandad Stewart

Sammy and Jacob are taking on Race for Life Pretty Muddy Kids, running 5km and tackling lots of muddy obstacles along the way! They are running in memory of their Grandad Stewart. Sadly, they never got to meet him as he died from brain cancer aged just 53, but he lives on in our memories.

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Janetta Woodward

2019-07-29T09:51:27+00:00

£20.00

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Well done Jacob and Sammy a super special achievement in memory of grandad Stewart love Janetta xx

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Anonymous

2019-07-27T19:53:19+00:00

£10.00

+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done boys!

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Fran Jameson

2019-07-27T19:41:09+00:00

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Fran Jameson

2019-07-27T19:40:43+00:00

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Fran Jameson

2019-07-27T19:40:23+00:00

Brilliant efforts from the boys! Nice and muddy

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Fran Jameson

2019-07-27T19:39:18+00:00

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