Race for Life at Home
24 - 25 Apr 2021

The JD’s

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Janine Duncan

Total raised


+ £78.75 Gift Aid

325 Complete
325% of £100.00 target

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I'm taking part in The Race for Life at Home to help beat cancer

So Jim and I have decided to take part in this years Race for Life. They’ll be no running going on here though as neither of us can run. Jim also hates walking so Jims going to do the 5k on his skateboard and I’m going to do it on my roller skates.

This year more than ever, cancer research needs our help. Funds are down but cancer isn’t going anywhere.

Many of you know that cancer is close to my heart, as well as my BRCA2 mutation, my Mum lost her Mum at a very young age and my Auntie has also suffered twice, my Mum always said that, had the research been around at the time, that my Grandmother could still be here.

Cancer research have recently released more much needed research and info on the BRCA1 mutation which is amazing. Without funds this wouldn’t have happened.

Thanks in advance for your donations 💖

Latest updates


Sue Sandie Brighton



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Ralph Davey



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Ralph & Tracy Davey


Andy Priestley



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Val and Steve Ingram



Best of luck🍀


Michael Bradford



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Remember, this challenge has to be in full disco attire! Good luck! From Michael, Sarah and Aoife


Helen and Allan



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Best wishes to you both. Looking forward to seeing the brightly coloured leg warmers and head bands!!!

Total raised£325.00



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