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Closed 23/09/2019

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    Weʼve raised £0 to Brave the pain for Team Reece. Myself and 3 other organisers of the ladies will brave the pain if we reach a £1000.00

    Closed on Monday, 23rd September 2019

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    Myself and 3 other organisers are going to brave the pain and have tattoos in honour of team Reece.

    Reece was a 13 year old boy who sadly lost his battle with a rare form of brain cancer call Anaplastic astorcytoma. Sadly Reece passed away on the 18th of January. Leaving our town full of sad but also pride at what an inspirational young man hes was.

    We just want help team Reece in there mission to research spread awareness and stop this happening to other children.

    Reece did so much for other and achieved so much in his very short life and myself and the other organisers want to help team Reece keep reeces legacy alive.

    Once we reach our target we will have the tattoos done.

    They will be revealed on the night of the charity evening on the 29th June 2019.
    At the park hotel in morecambe .



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        Adelle Parker

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        So many people have been affected by Reece in one way or another both with sadness and pride. He truly was an inspiration achieved so much. We have got together and organised a charity ladies night in morecambe on the 29th of June to raise money in his honour.

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