Sandwell Pretty Muddy 5k 2018
29 Sep 2018

A member of Dirty birds

Vikki's Race for Life

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Vikki Leggatt

Total raised


+ £37.50 Gift Aid

203 Complete
203% of £200.00 target

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I'm taking on a Race for Life Pretty Muddy to raise money to beat cancer

In memory of

Nan and everyone affected

I'm racing for life not only for loved ones but all of those that have suffered or are suffering the rath of the big c.
I lost my nan in 2012, she lost a very hard long and suffering battle and you feel very alone,until you take part in such events as these and realise the staggering number of people that are affected.
Surely even very little money makes a huge difference to someone somewhere, I'm willing to be part of that!
This will be my first muddy challenge as my mom said to me (whilst walking the 5k race for Life in July this year) "if I ever get it, please take part in something exciting where you can laugh and do it smiling, like that muddy one" so I thought why wait till it's too late and never get to tell her the stories, when I can do it now and show her pics, tell her the stories ect, so I signed up!
Please support me any way you can, even a pound will show me you support me X
Thanks in advance x

Latest updates


Bantz McGee



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Forever I thank you for the love your family has showed me and my brother. BTW fucking well done for smashing it!!!


Kerry Pugh



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Well done ladies :-D


Melvin smith



Offline donation


Marie Daulman



For the little girl who shared her ironing bourd with my boy. Well done Vik. X


Micayla Macdougall



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck!


Anita smith



Offline donation

Total raised£407.00



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