Sugar Free February
February 2019

A member of The Big Oaks Team

The Big Oaks Team Going Sugar free

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Abigail Cox

Total raised


+ £57.50 Gift Aid

125 Complete
125% of £200.00 target

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I’m going sugar free, please support me

As a team Some of us have decided to take the challenge going Sugar Free for February to raise money for cancer research.
The overall aim is to cut out chocolate, biscuits, cakes, fizzy drinks, squash and refined sugar., increase our active steps and achieve own personal goals with what we are giving up.
For some this will be very difficult due to the amount of sugar or treats they have therefore Each individual will have their own self challenge to give up something they will find a struggle.
Our aim is £200
Who taking part
Abigail, Emma and Kerry-Anne will be cutting out all of the above and only having natural sugars
Joanna Will cuts out baked beans, fizzy drinks and chocolate
Kirsti and Sophie will be stopping the chocolate all together
Becky will be stopping fizzy drinks and creasing their steps each day
Abbie W, Abigail M and crystal will be fizzy drinks
Emilia will be stopping sweet treats
Jaimie will stop adding sugar to cereal
Leanne Newman No biscuits with her tea!
Shirley price - already gone sugar free so will be taking part by giving up Butter

Latest updates


Abigail family and friends



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Leanne Denham




Bethany Falloon



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Shirley Price



+£12.50 Gift Aid

well done ladies!

From little oaks day nursery and pre school


Maria Bryan



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Well done Emilia James and her colleagues at Big Oaks.


Joanna Henshall



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£250.00



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