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Sweatember
September 2018

Tom takes on Sweatember

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Tom Troop

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I'm taking on Sweatember to raise money for Cancer Research UK, please supp

Hi all.

Around 15th January 2016 I made a massive achievement through giving up the 🚬 after 14 years. Some say that this is nothing special, others that have smoked and know me would know how difficult this is and that this was a massive accomplishment by me. This has come at a cost though, I’ve gained a few pounds here and there and no I don’t mean the money type. Let’s just say that I had to buy a few new pieces of clothing. So, to tackle this weight gain and gain a little motivation rather than coming home from work and doing nothing, I am going to raise money for a charity. A charity for something that has very certainly affected everyone someway or another - cancer research. I am participating in ‘Sweatember’. The objective of this is to do one piece of exercise every day through the whole of September. I am committing to the following:

September 1st - September 9th run 3 miles per day.
September 10th - September 19th run 4 miles per day.
September 20th - September 30th run 5 miles per day.

Thank you for taking the time to read this and please find the generosity to click on the link and donate to a very good cause and help me achieve my goals 😍

#kickoutcancer #togetherwecanbeatcancer

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Rebbecca & Alex

2018-08-19T13:14:00+00:00

£10.00

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Total raised£10.00

Online£10.00

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