St Albans 5k 2017
23 Jul 2017

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Steph's fundraising page

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Steph Yates

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+ £53.75 Gift Aid


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Steph's Great Uncle Roy and Salma's Nani both lost their battles but live on in our memories

Salma first told me about her plans to run in memory of her Nani, who died of cancer 20 years ago, over dinner last year. She spoke about it with such passion that there was no hesitation - I just offered to run with her.

As well as Salma's Nani, I shall be running in memory of my Great Uncle Roy who was swiftly taken by cancer nearly 20 years ago. He was so full of life - a real cheeky chap - that it didn't seem possible that he could ever leave us.

You'll probably know that neither of us are the sporty type - but we are training! I've invested in a running machine and a 'Couch to 5k' app which are helping, and numerous running groups on Facebook that aren't helping in the slightest!

Please do support us - even if you can only give a tiny amount it all be going to help find cures for cancer and we'll be grateful.

Steph x

Latest updates


Pippa Yates



Goodluck my favourite sister :)


Jackie Khanum



May your effort bring hope and happiness to those that may be or have suffered from this illness.
So proud of you.
Love Jackie khanum.


Don Cruickshank



+£12.50 Gift Aid

10k next time. Nanny Gramps & Great Aunt Eileen xx





+£12.50 Gift Aid

Good Luck to you both


James & Sue Yates



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Can't remember ever seeing you actually run more than a few metres! Good luck.


Stuart Cruickshank



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go girl!

Total raised£260.00



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