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Jack Dixon

Jack's A Year Of Running Challenges

I am running to raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer Now because It’s extremely close to my heart.

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Breast Cancer Now

We fund breast cancer research and care to provide support for today & hope for the future.

Charity Registration No. in England and Wales 1160558, Scotland SC045584


As I’m sure you will know (I’ve become one of those people who talks about nothing else) last year I took up running. I completed a couple of races and took part in my first marathon. 

This year, I’m doing a few more. 

31st December (2019) - NYE NY Midnight Run
9th February – London Winter 10km (event cancelled)
12th February - Chase the Moon Olympic Park 10km
15 March – MK Festival 10km
5th April – Reading Half Marathon
26th April – Southampton Marathon
2nd May – MK Rocket Run 5km
3rd May – MK Marathon Weekend Half Marathon
24th May – Great Manchester Half Marathon
14th June - Weybridge 10k
5th September – Bedford 5km
6th September – Bedford Half Marathon
13th September - London to Brighton Bike Ride
27th September – Berlin Marathon

I want to raise as much money and awareness for the fantastic work that Breast Cancer Now do. I have paid for all race entries myself and all travel costs - Breast Cancer Now really will get 100% of your kind donations. 

Why Breast Cancer Now?

Breast cancer has affected the lives of so many people I care for. Currently in the UK 1 in 7 women will suffer from breast cancer during their lives. That’s a phenomenal number of lives which will change forever. 

What do Breast Cancer Now do? 

“Your donation will help to make sure the world-class research taking place in our labs, and the life-changing care and support we provide to those who so desperately need it, continues. If we act now, we can create a future where everyone who develops breast cancer lives – and is supported to live well.”

Please help me raise as much money as I can. Even if you can only spare £1, it all adds up and it all makes a difference.