Maidstone Pretty Muddy 5k 2019
7 Jul 2019

A member of Hannah & Sinead x

Sinead's Race for Life

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Sinead Brown

Total raised


+ £12.50 Gift Aid

100 Complete
100% of £100.00 target

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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer

Cancer is something which impacts the lives of every single person; directly or indirectly. Either way, the pain is always very real. In my life, I have known the lose of three people, all because of cancer, and each lose hit harder than the last.

Losing my grandma in 2012 had an impact on my family greater than any I could have anticipated, but being merely 12 years old meant I only really felt the heartbreak. It was losing my nan less than a year ago, which opened me up to so much more than heartbreak. The pain that followed was so sinfully brutal, that the isolation, hours of crying, and sheer emptiness that made it such an awful process. But the pain of losing my nan, couldn't be compared to any of what she went through when trying to battle cancer.

Which is why I'm willing to put myself through 5k worth of running, as well as 5k worth of mud; because no one should suffer the pain of cancer, and no one deserves the pain of losing a loved one to something which everyone can pull together to end.

Latest updates


Zak Taylor



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Bethany Whyte




Karla Moylan



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good on you Sinead - hope you enjoy it! We’ll be thinking of you. Lots of love Karla, Mike and Jack xx


Vicky Brown



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Matt Greenwood



+£2.50 Gift Aid




Total raised£100.00



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