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£50raised of £1,500 target by 2 supporters

    Weʼve raised £50 to help my daughter buy a pair of custom made short track speed skating boots

    Funded on Saturday, 30th June 2018

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    My daughter is 16 years old she is a short track speed skater at the Nottingham ice racing club she competes internationally and recently gained a place on the GB short track speed skating academy which is hopefully the stepping stone that she needs to eventually gain a place on the national squad. Now she as reached this level she now needs some custom made boots but unfortunately don't come cheap. If anyone could help towards this I would be very grateful:-)



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      • The Coopers

        The Coopers

        Aug 25, 2017

        Good luck Holly


      • Cate Ross-Waddell

        Cate Ross-Waddell

        Aug 24, 2017

        So pleased that Holly has got into the Academy and looking forward to seeing her go onwards and upwards!


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      Donna Slattery

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      Holly has been speed skating for the Nottingham ice racing club since the age of 8, at the age of 16 she as now gained a place on the GB STSS academy! It is an expensive sport and now need support in helping her to continue and hopefully gain a place on the national team

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