27 mile Skate-a-thon
6 Feb 2019

The Works Bury Skate-a-thon

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Roxy North

Total raised


+ £26.25 Gift Aid


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The Works Bury are skating 27 miles to raise as much as possible to beat cancer.

Cancer is happening right now, which is why 3 of the team from The Works Bury are fundraising right now for Cancer Research UK.

Between the three of them they will be skating a marathon.... yes that's right?! Between the 3 they will be skating a whopping 27 miles! (405 laps of the local rink)

Although spending the afternoon at a roller disco may seam awesomely fun it is still worthy of a sponsor........

The lovely Kareana struggles to do more that 5 laps without stopping for a hot dog, the adorable Becca is a perfect 4 and a half foot tall so each lap will feel so much further for her and Roxy gets out of breath just getting up the steps to the rink!

In short....they really deserve your donation! Absolutely any amount would be hugely appreciated and it's for an amazing cause!

♡Thanks so much from The Works Bury ♡

Latest updates


samantha rigby



Hope you all have fun!!


Andy Stevens



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Gillian Lea-Wilson



Well done Roxy. Hope you don't get too many blisters.





Collection from the rink


Rocket & Ben



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Go for it Roxy!! Xx


Mr John Mozley



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck Roxy and team. You go girl. All the best. John Ormskirk x

Total raised£180.38



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