2021 Brighton Marathon
10 Apr 2022

Sheila's Giving Page

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Sheila Alon

Total raised


+ £115.00 Gift Aid

87 Complete
87% of £550.00 target

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In memory of


I am running in memory of the kindest soul, Bim Patel. Together with his amazing wife Sam, who continues to inspire, we shall gambol around the Brighton marathon course in September. The joy of their lovely family was ripped apart by cancer. That is why I am running and raising money.

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Update on life and running times of old bag she: With the revival of netball and my over excitement with the return to court, I developed an annoying wankle situation which has hampered training. As a result I will now be running the Brighton marathon in April 2022 instead of September. All will be well. I may incorporate some Irish dancing into my training regime to ensure the development of strapping lower limbs. Meanwhile thank you so much to you all for your very generous donations. These will be carried forward to 2022. I really appreciate your support and when I (eventually) cross the finish line (a mere 6 months late!) I look forward to meeting up at some point so we can have a bit of a hooley. xxx


Austin & Catherine



+£12.50 Gift Aid

We hope the training goes well.


Maureen Marshall



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Sheila happy training xx


Ciara Smyth



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Aunty She She! You’re my hero! X


Stuart Marshall



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Aidan Gorbanzo



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Come on Sheila!! From Aid & Fi 👍🏻👍🏻

Total raised£480.00



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