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Closed 24/04/2016

38%
£385
raised of £1,000 target by 22 supporters

    Weʼve raised £385 to Take on the Romsey Relay Marathon!

    Yokesford Hill, Romsey
    Funded on Sunday, 24th April 2016

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    We're a local Waste Management company based in Romsey. In 2013 we took on the Romsey Relay Marathon and raised over £700 for CLAPA (Cleft Lip & Palate Association) a charity that helped a member of staff throughout his child and adult life.

    This year, 10 members of staff have opted to take part once again. Raising funds for Leukaemia Busters, Meningitis NOW and the Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy Fight Fund. (Details below)

    The event is on 17th April at Broadlands, Romsey where each member of our team will complete two laps of a 1.3m circuit, totalling 2.6m each or 26 miles altogether.

    Our team is made up of males and females of varying ages and abilities. We would be delighted to smash our target of £1000 which will be equally split between our 3 chosen charities. Any amount you are able to donate is very gratefully received and will hopefully push us over the finish line faster!

    Meningitis NOW - Recycling Co-Ordinator and participant, Helen Liddell, fell ill last year and was diagnosed with Viral Meningitis. She says "I urge those who haven't already to get vaccinated against Meningitis, college and university students are particularly at risk, the disease can strike quickly and the results aren't always as positive as mine". www.meningitisnow.org

    Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy Fight Fund - Raising funds for the research and treatments of the muscle-wasting condition. Staff member and participant Nikki van Geffen says "My friend and her daughter both suffer from Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy and I'd like to raise as much as possible to support the charity as well as raising awareness." www.congenitalmyotonicdystrophy.org

    Leukaemia Busters - Our Recycling Manager, Russell Delves, sadly lost his Father aged 51 to Leukaemia in 2009. He says "I can't remember the last time I ran so it's definitely going to be a challenge! But for three great causes I couldn't say no."
    www.leukaemiabusters.org.uk

    Thanks in advance,
    The Ace Liftaway Team :)

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      Supporters

      22

      • Simon Bradbury

        Simon Bradbury

        Apr 22, 2016

        £30.00

      • Laura and Mark

        Laura and Mark

        Apr 18, 2016

        Well Done

        £10.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Apr 17, 2016

        Well done Helen!

        £10.00

      • Akalya xx

        Akalya xx

        Apr 17, 2016

        Well done Helen, really proud of you!!!

        £10.00

      • Stuart

        Stuart

        Apr 17, 2016

        Well done

        £30.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Apr 17, 2016

        Good Luck Pops you little trooper! Xx

        £10.00

      • Adam

        Adam

        Apr 16, 2016

        run forest run!!! no sorry run Russell run!!! good luck to you all Adam and Sarah

        £20.00

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      Poppy Belas

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      Yokesford Hill, Romsey

      The money raised on this page will be evenly split between our three chosen charities: the Myotonic Dystrophy Fight Fund, Leukaemia Busters and Meningitis NOW. Please read our story for details on these great causes!

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