Jurassic Coast Hike 2017
24 Jun 2017

The Running Wife

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Sarah Clark

Total raised


+ £19.75 Gift Aid


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Please sponsor my two legs £2 ... and choose big wedding dress or small wonder woman running outfit!

I have two aunts and a couple of good friends who have beaten breast cancer.....and I intend to do my bit to honour them....

I'm doing a whole lot of running and hiking to raise money to beat the hell out of breast cancer....

I would be privileged if you could sponsor my two legs a £1 each for this worthy cause......let's see how much I can raise going two by two....

if you sponsor me £2

please choose for me to wear

my big strapless wedding dress .... very hot....we are talking seriously puffy...


a wonder woman costume...yet to be purchased

I will run in your chosen outfit in at least one race in June or July as I am running races most weekends...for this great cause....of course the more £2 you sponsor me the more votes you get lol....I'm just kidding....

enjoy taking your pick!!!

Thank you ..... big love....Sarah xxx

Latest updates


Gill Berry



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Kim Keenor



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Your totally nuts but inspirational! Wonder woman running outfit gets my vote! Xx


Nicola Berry



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Wonder Woman!!! Go Sarah, go!


Dawn DuSatko



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Go Sarah


Lynne Patrick



You're amazing Sarah. I choose Wonderwoman because that is who you are xxx





+£5.00 Gift Aid

You wonderful (if slightly crazy!) lady ? Wonder Woman every time! Good luck ?

Total raised£109.00



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