Melanie's Pretty Muddy for Team-Ari

Pretty Muddy Derby 5k 2017
1 Jul 2017

A member of Team Ari

Melanie's Pretty Muddy for Team-Ari

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Melanie Davies

Total raised


+ £68.75 Gift Aid

101 Complete
101% of £300.00 target

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We are raising as much as we can to beat cancer doing Pretty Muddy Derby 5k 2017 on 1 Jul 2017

In memory of

Ari Micah Jacob Rainford

03 Oct 2009 - 21 Dec 2015

Melanie and Becky will be taking part in Cancer Research's Pretty Muddy in memory of their beautiful brave little cousin Ari Rainford.
Ari was diagnosed with a high grade thalamic anaplastic astrocytoma (brain cancer) in January 2015.
He battled through a 6 week course of radiotherapy treatment soon followed by chemotherapy, Ari never moaned and always kept his little sense of humour making us all smile, he really was an inspiration to us all. Ari sadly lost his battle in December 2015 at only 6 years old.
We all want to do him proud by all joining together and being one big team raising as much money as possible!

Last year was 'mudtastic' and Team Ari raised over £3,000 for Cancer Research UK in memory of Ari!
This year we know we can mud mash that up and do even better with the biggest team ever seen!

Thank you for all your support,
Forever #TeamAri ♥

♥ Melanie Davies & Becky Dowsett ♥

Latest updates


Stephanie Jones



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done! ? xx
Love from Steph


Emmajane Whitmore



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Mel xx


Michaela Farrell



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done!


Emma Hone



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Go Melly pops we love you ???


Sam Cooper



+£2.50 Gift Aid



Jean Bartlam



Good Luck team Ari

Total raised£305.00



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