2020 Cancer Research London Winter Run
9 Feb 2020

St. Anthony's Striders 2020

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Sarah Anderson

Total raised


+ £515.00 Gift Aid

470 Complete
470% of £1,000.00 target

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A Group of St. Anthony's Staff is taking part in the Winter Run 10K to raise fund for Cancer Research.

We are taking part in the 2020 Cancer Research Winter run to raise money for Cancer Research. This year's staff runners are: Paul, Jonny, Louise, Lizzy, Brooke, Harriet, Jeremy, and Liz. The staff team is joined by friends Simon, Nick and Garth and cheered on by Milly, Sarah and all the St. Anthony's staff.

Please give generously to help us raise as much as possible for this very important charity, who we have supported, with the help of your very kind donations, over the past few years. We hope many of you will also enjoy the Quiz Night that we are organising in order to support our fundraising.


Latest updates


R Petersen



Well done Paul!


Alan Griffin



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Paul!

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Sarah Anderson


The Winter Run may have been cancelled this year but that hasn't stopped our fundraising efforts. Our Headmaster, Paul, completed his 10 Km run on a treadmill, running an extra 3 Km for good measure. He has been awarded his Winter Run medal along with a special medal in recognition of the money we have raised for Cancer Research UK. Thanks for your generous support.





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Quiz Night proceeds



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Patrick Boylan



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done!

Total raised£4,705.00



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