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John Habkirk

Squiffy's London Marathon 2005

Fundraising for MS-UK

59 %
£15,471
raised of £26,200 target
by 390 supporters
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  • Team members: Squiffy
  • Event: Flora London Marathon 2005, 17 Apr 2005

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Thank you for visiting my London Marathon 2005 fundraising page.

I finished the Marathon on 6:32:52 so was just under three minutes outside my target time, which I was most pleased with :O) Even though the Marathon is over for this year the fund raising continues as I want to make it to £26,200 to represent £1000 for each mile I fought over to reach the end.

I also said I would dye my hair blue if I reached £10,000, which I did, so for five days I wandered the Marathon Expo and outside world with bright Blue hair.

I also said I would shave my head at £15,000, so now, I have a bald, cold bonce!

At £20,000, I WILL have my legs waxed! At £26,200 I do not know yet.

Please, please, please pass the URL of my Sponsorship Page to all your friends/family/contacts/people you meet in the street, and especially any rich Millionaires you know:O) All monies will go directly to The Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre, the greatest little MS Charity in the World. They desperately need every penny we can raise for them so please dig deep and sponsor me online. Find out more about them here http://www.msrc.co.uk Follow what happened during my training, and soon, at the Marathon, at my Training Blog page: http://www.btinternet.com/~squiffyshouseoffun/marathon.htm Donating through this site is simple, fast and totally secure. It is also the most efficient way to sponsor me: The Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre will receive your money faster and, if you are a UK taxpayer, an extra 28% in tax will be added to your gift at no cost to you. So please sponsor me now! And come along to the London Marathon on the day and cheer on the hobbling and/or staggering clown! ;o) Many thanks for your support. squiffy.

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