Teddys bark for life

Bark For Life 2019
19 May 2019

A member of Bark For Life 2019

Teddys bark for life

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Katie Stanford

Total raised


+ £35.25 Gift Aid

125 Complete
125% of £200.00 target

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Together we will beat cancer

Teddy will be part of this great day and walking his first ever 5K. He's only small and will be around 8 months at the event. Please sponsor Ted on his mission to fight cancer! We will be walking for all our friends and family who have fought, are fighting and for those who have tragically lost their fight to this awful disease.

About this event: Bark For Life is a 5km sponsored dog walk organised by Cancer Research UK's Relay For Life Nottingham Committee.

On the day: This beautiful 5km sponsored walk through Rushcliffe Country Park will follow woodland paths and surfaced lanes. There will be lots of activities taking place throughout the day including a Dog Agility Course, Poochtastic Stalls, a photographer and a Fun Dog Show.

Get involved: To register please contact Heidi Bidmead on or ring 07958042741 for a booking form or register online at

Latest updates


Katie Stanford



Offline donation from Barbara


Hannah Toplis



Good luck Teddy going your longest walk yet. You won’t need it... Katie might though. ❤️😂


Gillian Kerry



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Wishing all the best on your first sponsored walk Teddy 😊great stuff 👍


Janet Evans



Good luck xx


Bella Slater



+£1.50 Gift Aid

Gooooo Teddy 💝🐶


Woodston Tully



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Ted, I will be keeping my paws crossed for you!

Total raised£250.00



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