London - Crystal Palace 10k 2018
10 Jun 2018

Sue's Race for Life

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Sue Long

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+ £6.25 Gift Aid


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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

In memory of

Tracy Lawrence and Tommy Long

Myself and my daughter Kayleigh are running the race for life this year in memory of my friend Tracy. Tracy was a beautiful, vibrant and kind lady who sadly lost her battle with cancer at the young age of 46. She had a wicked sense of humour and lived for her family. Kayleigh grew up with her daughter Ellen who at a very young age has had to adjust to life without her mum. Ellen has been incredible and is a tribute to the way Tracy raised her. She also left a husband and teenage son who were amazing during her illness and they have all continued to be so after her passing. She was a great mum, wife, sister and daughter and was taken far too young. She is missed everyday and I still cant believe I wont see her for our chats and laughs . Im also running in memory of my wonderful brother in law Tommy, a gentle, funny and kind man who was taken early this year. He's 2 sons and daughter have been left without their dad. He's brothers and sisters have been left without their big brother. He was from a big family who have been tragically affected by the big C with his sister Dorothy bring taken at the young age of 45, cousins have also been affected by this dreadful disease.

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Jackie Ricketts



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Sarah Weatherhead



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Sue & Kayleigh, such a worthy cause! X


Mikki & Garry



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done & Good Luck Auntie Sue xx

Total raised£25.00



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