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Sugar Free February
February 2020

Sarah takes on Sugar Free February

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Sarah Blood

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£20.00

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20% of £100.00 target
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I'm giving up sugar this February for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

In memory of

My dad

Right so, this one’s a personal one for me. It’ll be 7yrs this year that my dad lost his battle with cancer, but boy did he put up a fight! So I’m going to do the no sugar February challenge. Dry Jan wouldn’t have been a true restriction for me when in reality I can take drink or leave it, but sugar - well, it’s in most things so this is one I shall find challenging! If anyone feels like sharing this page or donating towards the cause it will be greatly appreciated. Ironically all my dad ate at the end was sugary, creamy sweet thing’s that he enjoyed, but here’s to you dad, lord knows I could do with this restriction!

Latest updates

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Sarah Blood

2020-02-17T19:53:52+00:00

£4.00

+£1.00 Gift Aid
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Jamie Blood

2020-02-01T17:38:21+00:00

£4.00

RIP dad, miss you old man, good luck kid x

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Claire Stephenson

2020-02-01T14:58:45+00:00

£2.00

You've got this girl! So proud of you, and for such a good cause. Your dad will be watching down on you with his big smile ♥️💝😇♥️ xxxx

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Terri Hadfield

2020-02-01T08:16:24+00:00

£5.00

You’ll smash this sez! 💪 xxxxxx

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Sarah Blood

2020-01-27T15:06:44+00:00

£5.00

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Sarah Blood

2020-01-27T15:05:00+00:00

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Total raised£20.00

Online£20.00

Offline£0.00

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