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£77,249raised of £25,000 target by 777 supporters

    Weʼve raised £77,249 to support two victims of the Manchester terror attack

    Bolton, United Kingdom
    Funded on Friday, 13th October 2017

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    We are all sickened, angered and saddened by the events of Monday the 22nd of May 2017 in Manchester, England.

    Families and friends enjoying what should have been a fun, memorable and happy night, turned into tragedy on their way home.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected.

    Unfortunately a school friend of ours and his daughter are amongst those severely injured.

    Martin Hibbert, took his daughter to the concert and unfortunately got caught up in the devastating incident and are amongst those severely injured.

    The photograph above was Martins last Facebook post, just before the concert. He commented: 'Quick pit stop before Miss Grande at the arena.'

    Both are very poorly, the little girl even more so and neither are going to make a speedy recovery, as both sustained life changing injuries of the worst kind.

    It is clear both will need long term financial support.

    Please give generously so we can help provide them with the support they're going to need.

    12 school friends of Martin's are organising three fundraising events, that we would like to invite sponsorship for:

    1) 30 Mile Sponsored Walk across 3 peaks of Lancashire, England - Rivington Pike, Darwen Tower & Peel Tower - Sunday 27th August 2017

    2) Celebrity 20 / 20 Cricket Match at Edgworth Cricket Club, Bolton, on Sunday 3rd September 2017

    3) Manchester half marathon on 15th October 2017

    PLEASE PASS THIS ON TO AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE.

    Thank you in advance for your support of a truly worthy cause and for any contribution you may wish to make.

    All funds raised will go directly to Martin and Family.

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      777

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Oct 13, 2017

        I wish Martin and his daughter all the best for the future and hope the money raised has a positive impact on their lives

        £5.00

      • Damian Raine

        Damian Raine

        Oct 13, 2017

        Good luck Stephen

        £10.00

      • Michelle Huntington

        Michelle Huntington

        Oct 13, 2017

        Good luck with the half marathon Kirsty and best wishes and a speedy recovery for Martin and his daughter xx

        £5.00

      • Pam Kinsella

        Pam Kinsella

        Oct 13, 2017

        Run Kirsty Run! Hope you have a good wind behind you all the way. ;-) Good luck and best wishes. Pam xx

        £20.00

      • Katherine B

        Katherine B

        Oct 13, 2017

        Good luck on Sunday Nat!!

        £20.00

      • Ian Perkin

        Ian Perkin

        Oct 13, 2017

        Best of luck to Kirsty for her little run at the weekend!

        £10.00

      • Dawn C

        Dawn C

        Oct 12, 2017

        Pleased to support.Best wishes innthe marathon Kirsty

        £10.00

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      School friends of Martin Hibbert

      School friends of Martin Hibbert

      Bolton, United Kingdom

      We are 12 friends fundraising for a school friend and his daughter who were both severely injured in the Manchester terror attack

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