The Gangsta Wrappers

39th Great Christmas Pudding Race
7 Dec 2019

The Gangsta Wrappers

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Corrie Pitfield

Total raised


+ £101.25 Gift Aid

75 Complete
75% of £600.00 target

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Corrie, Nicole, Kiran, Lisa, Lauren & Vinny serving Christmas Charity fun running Gold....

This Christmas we have decided to kick Cancer in the baubles and take part in one of London's most hilarious seasonal fundraising events; The 39th Great Christmas Pudding Race!

The time has come for the 6 of us to truly embrace what we were destined to do at Christmas, and that is to run round Covent Garden dressed up as presents, navigating a Christmas pudding through a matter of obstacles...all in the name of fundraising!

We shall be known as the Gangsta Wrappers and we can assure you our charity single will be following up after our debut fun run!

If you'd like to dig deep and sponsor us any donations will be greatly received!

Thank you so much for supporting us and Cancer Research UK. Your cash will support researchers to get new tests and treatments across the line faster, so more lives get saved.

Together we WILL beat Cancer!

Love your bunch of roasted Nutters,

Corrie, Nicole, Kiran, Lisa, Lauren & Vinny xx

PS. If anyone fancies challenging us for that coveted Christmas pudding trophy, Get involved below and register a team at

Latest updates


Masoodah Khanam



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Coz :)


Gemma Ware



+£2.50 Gift Aid



Daryl Chidgey



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Richard Fish



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Bev Cousins



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Dagmar Tonn



Good luck

Total raised£455.00



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