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Leicestershire Pretty Muddy 5k 2020
17 May 2020

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Stacy's Race for Life

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Stacy Munday

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£20.00

+ £5.00 Gift Aid

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100% of £20.00 target
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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer

In memory of

Jamie Munday

07 Apr 1985 - 09 Aug 2016

At Christmas in 2015 my husband was diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer that had spread to other organs and bones. This unexpected news completely flipped our lives upside down as they told us it was terminal. As a family we loved Christmas and was always looking forward to that special day together but that year we knew would be our last year together as a family.

We had so many plans together as a family that we wanted to do and create amazing memories together but it was suddenly taken away from us and it didn't seem fair!

In just a short 8 months of battling cancer, my husband passed away at just 31 years of age leaving behind our two young little girls aged just 6 at 8 years at the time. All through his treatments he was so strong and positive which was so inspirational to see.

Myself and our girls have taken part in many fundraising activities over the years to help local and national charities raise funds to continue with research and the awareness of the nasty disease.

We really do need your help and would appreciate any donation, big or small as ever penny counts.

Thank you

Stacy, Lois and Amber xxx

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Paul Sills

2020-01-30T16:52:44+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

Total raised£20.00

Online£20.00

Offline£0.00

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