7 Jan 2019

Simon's 10k run

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Simon Browning

Total raised


+ £193.75 Gift Aid

161 Complete
161% of £500.00 target

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I am running the Eastleigh 10K, For all who have lost someone Dear, or who are currently Fighting this Dreadful disease.

In memory of

John Daniels (Dad)

We have all lost someone, or know someone that has been effected by cancer. I want to do anything I can to help anyone, that is currently in a fight with this horrible disease, in the hope there is a brighter future for everyone. For the Last 8 months I have tried to lose weight, and I have managed to lose around 2 1/2 stone so far. I now feel much healthier as a result of this, so I have decided to do something, I would never of considered in the past. I have entered the Eastleigh 10k race, on the 24th March 2019. Anyone that knows me will know that I am not really the running type, so to do the Eastleigh 10K is somewhat of a challenge. If you can donate any money to help the wonderful work that Cancer research is doing to find a cure for Cancer then please do. All and any donations will be very gratefully received.

Latest updates


Sharon Moss



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Simon!


Peter Clark



+£62.50 Gift Aid

Keep on running Teddy!


Nicola Baker



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Good luck and have fun. Very proud of you ❤️ Xxx


Chris & Chloe



+£5.00 Gift Aid

See you at the pub!!


Cancer Research UK



You've done it Simon! You've reached 100% of your £500.00 target.


Kealeigh Baker



+£8.75 Gift Aid

Go uncle Simon you got this xx love kealeigh and sam xx

Total raised£805.00



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