Stephen's 120km Race For Life Challenge

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Stephen Kilbey

Total raised


+ £248.75 Gift Aid

140 Complete
140% of £750.00 target

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I'm taking part in a Very 2020 Race for Life to help beat cancer

In memory of

Iris & Harry

2020 has been a tough year! I decided back at the start of lockdown to do something positive during such a negative time, and get myself fit. Back in March I weighed 265 lbs, the heaviest I'd ever been. Thankfully, with willpower I didn't know I had, I've started to turn things around. 103 runs later (at the time of writing) I've lost 37 pounds and have run well over 500km.

I've wanted to have a race to work towards since I started running earlier this year. Now I have one! I plan to run 120k in the month leading up to Race For Life day; that's 15km more than I've run thus far over a single month. So it will be a real challenge!

I'd be hugely grateful for any donations, anything you can spare. It's going to be an even tougher time than usual for people suffering with cancer for the foreseeable future due to the disruption 2020 has caused to the health service. So if you can, help me try and soften the blow!



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Beverley857 Smith



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Brilliant xx

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Stephen Kilbey (Strava activity)


Evening Run

Strava activityRun3.61km24.15m
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Ashoke Dole



+£6.25 Gift Aid

martin plowman



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Great achievement mate and for an even greater cause. Keep up the good work!


Rebecca Knights



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Oliver Trewavas



+£1.25 Gift Aid


Total raised£1,050.00



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