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Isle of Lewis Cancer Research UK
17 - 21 Dec 2020

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Thank you for helping us to Beat Cancer Sooner - all the money raised is being used to fund research into beating cancer right now.

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Total raised


+ £111.25 Gift Aid

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Join us individually or as a family for the first Virtual Santa Run/Walk, to help raise funds to beat cancer. Thank you!

You may walk/run/jog
Distance – at least one mile

Where – virtually anywhere.
Keep to government guidelines for your Covid-19 local protection levels at all times.
For the Western Isles, 3 households and a maximum of 8 people can meet outdoors.

When - anytime during the weekend from Thursday 17th December.

Dress code – Santa suit or Santa theme.
Why not even dress up the dog or decorate your pram?

Santa suits, face masks, buffs and hats available to buy on Saturday 12th from 10am-4pm, Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th from 6pm-8pm upstairs in Events.

This event is run by the Cancer Research UK Isle of Lewis Committee and supported by the Lewis & Harris Sports Council.

You can send your Santa photos to the Cancer Research UK Isle of Lewis Committee Facebook page

Latest updates


Christine Kennedy



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Great wee run with lovely ladies on Saturday.


D.I., Anne & Seumas



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Torquil MacLeod



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Geraldine Cowan



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Dòmhnall B Dòmhnallach







+£5.00 Gift Aid

Total raised£924.00



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