Sole Sisters

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Anna Jim

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In memory of Angela Kwok, our beloved star; and to those who are battling / have battled Cancer xxx

In memory of

Angela Kwok

Thanks for visiting our fundraising page. We, the Sole Sisters (Anna, Nancy, Mei-mei, Susan, Cindy, Frances, Sophie and Katy) have taken up the challenge to walk 10,000 steps a day throughout the month of March to raise money for Cancer research.
We're doing this in memory and honour of our much loved sister and aunty Angela who sadly lost her brave battle against cancer last November. She was a generous and caring soul who loved fundraising so I'm sure she will be walking alongside us in spirit.

We would be very grateful if you could please support this great cause and leave a donation using the link below. Any donation great or small will help thousands out there battling the 'C' word. Lets help beat cancer sooner!

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Please share so together we can raise awareness. Thanks a million xxx

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Sian George



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Sarah Goddard



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Good luck!





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Thank you xx


Chris Jeffccoat



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Such a great cause! Great work.


Christian Logue



+£12.50 Gift Aid

A great cause, and one that is close to a lot of our hearts. Make sure you book in for a pedicure afterwards!! x


The Dimelows



+£5.00 Gift Aid

'Hey Sisters, Go Sisters, Sole Sisters, Go Sisters!'
...sorry couldn't help that!
Good Luck ladies X X

Total raised£160.00



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