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£35raised of £300 target by 4 supporters

    Weʼve raised £35 to Support Remembering Rebecca. We are 12 crazy people taking part in the Muddy Mayhem event on 1st October at Hardwick Park - yes we are mad!

    Stockton-on-Tees, United Kingdom
    Funded on Tuesday, 31st October 2017

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    Remembering Rebecca is a registered charity in England and Wales (charity no1141197) in memory of Rebecca Sands who gained her angel wings on the 6th August 2010 aged 21 months.

    The charity Remembering Rebecca aims to raise awareness of Lissencephaly and offer financial assistance and support for children with Lissencephaly and other neurological conditions from birth to 16 years.



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      • lisa raw

        lisa raw

        Oct 2, 2017

        Well done guys xx


      • Vikki Willmott

        Vikki Willmott

        Oct 1, 2017

        Well done! Looked hardcore!! X


      • Marie Burgum

        Marie Burgum

        Sep 30, 2017

        Good luck you crazy bunch....hope you enjoy it and raise loads for the charity xx


      • Melanie Sells

        Melanie Sells

        Sep 20, 2017

        Great cause. Good luck! Xx


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