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Closed 11/10/2019

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£425
raised of £500 target by 21 supporters

    Weʼve raised £425 to help the fight against Diabetes

    Funded on Friday, 11th October 2019

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    Whitbread are working towards ensuring the best possible outcome for children with Diabetes

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      21

      • Aude Helm

        Aude Helm

        Jun 24, 2019

        Well done to all the boys who participated in Zumba. A worthy cause too.

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Jun 23, 2019

        Way to go Oliver, Orion, and everyone in Whitbread!!!

      • Melissa Morgan

        Melissa Morgan

        Jun 22, 2019

        Well done on the Zumba challenge Whitbread!

        £20.00

      • Vanessa Pinkney

        Vanessa Pinkney

        Jun 22, 2019

        Well Done Whitbread - Zumba tastic!

        £20.00

      • Sharon Burns

        Sharon Burns

        Jun 22, 2019

        Well done Harry and go Whitbread!! Xx

      • The Dicksons

        The Dicksons

        Jun 22, 2019

        Good job Whitbread! Brilliant cause.

        £20.00

      • Sarah Brook

        Sarah Brook

        Jun 22, 2019

        Well done boys - Zumba looked lots of fun!

        £20.00

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