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Civils and Lintels Fundraising
14 Apr 2019

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Total raised


+ £77.50 Gift Aid

133 Complete
133% of £1,000.00 target

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We're Going For A Plod!

Steve Thomas, Phil Rosney and myself will be competing in a 10k run through the rural Cheshire country lanes of Whitley on Sunday 14th April.

If we achieve the £500 target by the day of the race, I will complete the run while wearing an Everton shirt (just the thought of that gives me shivers).
Steve and Phil, both big Everton fans, will complete it wearing Liverpool shirts.

Any donation you can make will be greatly appreciated.

Latest updates

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David Kelly


The evidence as promised, Ste and Phil showing their true colours! Thanks for all the donations, we raised a lot more than we could have hoped for, much appreciated.


Michael Vesey



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Sorry for late sponsorship. Well done





+£5.00 Gift Aid

Best Wishes Steve, Lost My Wife To Breast Cancer In 2009, Well Done For Making The Effort. Cheers


Mark Davis



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Your smashing the target lads so does that mean a whole week wearing opposing shirts :)





Good Luck Steve, Dave & Phil


Stu Beresford



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck all

Total raised£1,335.00



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