Remembering Keira Lee

Our fundraising achievements in memory of Keira Lee

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About Keira Lee

  • Born on: 01/08/2011

  • Died on: 05/12/2013 , 2 years old

  • Lived in: Surrey, United Kingdom

Amount we’ve raised in Keira’s memory $83,355.11

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Brain Tumour Charity (The)

Brain Tumour Charity (The)

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  • Donation by Jane Lee

    Sale of work made by Mary

    £60.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Christopher Lee

    Proceeds from sale of works made by Mary Redman

    £61.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

Events we're doing

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  • 14Apr

    Brighton Marathon 2019

Our fundraising pages 27

  • SuzanneandDeanClaydon1

    The Lee family have been determined to create something meaningful following the devestating loss of their precious daughter and sister - Keira.

    We are raising money for The Brain Tumour Charity - they are  at the forefront of the fight to defeat brain tumours, making a difference every day to the lives of people with a brain tumour and their families. They fund pioneering research to increase survival, raise awareness of the symptoms and effects of brain tumours and provide support for everyone affected to improve quality of life. They are committed to having the biggest possible impact for every person affected by a brain tumour, and to defending the most amazing part of the human body.

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    Total so far:

    $879.93

  • paulandmary2

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $223.98

  • LoveUKeiraToughMudder2017-Robbie

    We're taking on the mighty Tough Mudder to raise funds for The Brain Tumour Charity: LoveUKeira Fund. That's 12 miles, 20 obstacles, electric shocks, ice baths and mud galore....and probably about a week of recovery!

    The LoveUKeira Fund is an official supporter group of The Brain Tumour Charity set up in memory of our wonderful daughter Keira. We are authorised to raise funds on behalf of the charity using their Registered Charity status: 1150054 (England and Wales) SC045081 (Scotland).

    Follow us at: www.facebook.com/loveukeira | www.loveukeira.co.uk | www.twitter.com/loveukeira_uk | #LoveUKeira



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    Total so far:

    $2,453.13

  • LoveUKeiraToughMudder2017-JasonEdwards

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    I'm participating in a giant obstacle course over 12 miles to support my good friend Tim who sadly lost his 2 year old daughter to a brain tumour in heartbreaking circumstances.  All funds will go to the charity created in her memory.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $289.31

  • LoveUKeiraToughMudder2017-GarrySapsford

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Raising money for The Brain Tumour Charity in remeberance of Keira Lee who died in 2013 age 2, from a brain tumour. George plays football with Keira's brother. Garry is doing the tough mudder in September. All donations gratefully received. 

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $773.27

  • LoveUKeiraToughMudder2017-SteveBax

    In 2013 my friend's 2 year old daughter Keira died of a brain tumour.

    Around 500 children each year are diagnosed with a brain tumour in the UK. Keira's parents, family and frienda have since dedicated much time and effort to raising money for related charities to try and help prevent the same thing happening to others.

    In September 2017, Keira's father Tim, myself and 3 others are taking on the mighty Tough Mudder to raise funds for The Brain Tumour Charity: LoveUKeira Fund.


    The Event;    https://toughmudder.co.uk/events/what-is-tough-mudder

    Keira's story; http://www.loveukeira.co.uk

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    Total so far:

    $994.50

  • LoveUKeiraToughMudder2017-Tim

    We're taking on the mighty Tough Mudder to raise funds for The Brain Tumour Charity: LoveUKeira Fund. That's 12 miles, 20 obstacles, electric shocks, ice baths and mud galore....and probably about a week of recovery!

    The LoveUKeira Fund is an official supporter group of The Brain Tumour Charity set up in memory of our wonderful daughter Keira. We are authorised to raise funds on behalf of the charity using their Registered Charity status: 1150054 (England and Wales) SC045081 (Scotland).

    Follow us at: www.facebook.com/loveukeira | www.loveukeira.co.uk | www.twitter.com/loveukeira_uk | #LoveUKeira



    Keira’s Story

    On the evening of November 27th 2013 we decided Keira should be taken to our local A&E department without delay. Once there she was reviewed by a paediatrician and sent for a CT scan....and that was the moment our world was changed forever. Keira had a tumour, approximately 5x5cm, at the very centre of her brain.

    Over the 2-3 months before that dreadful evening she had seen several doctors, as occasionally she would vomit after gagging on food or phlegm when she had a little cold. Over the last month she had gradually lost her appetite, reduced in weight and the vomiting became more frequent. Keira did have fairly large tonsils and this along with possible reflux had been suggested as the probable cause for her problems. In the last week before she was diagnosed, she became steadily more tired and lethargic and on the evening of the 27th we noticed a droop to one side of her face, she was barely using her right arm and one pupil was larger than the other. This was suddenly not just over-sized tonsils.

    Once the initial diagnosis was made Keira was rushed to a leading centre for Neurology in London. Here, a more detailed MRI scan and a biopsy and initial operation to fit a pressure relieving fluid drain to her head, were carried out. This kept the immediate danger at bay whilst a team of neurological specialists considered how to approach her treatment. Kirsty and I spent 4 days with Keira on the paediatric ward where she sat happily in her cot, watched her favourite Peppa Pig, sang nursery rhymes, and entertained the nurses. We had been told by the doctors that the initial biopsy had indicated the tumour was probably benign, curable with partial surgical removal and a course of chemotherapy. However, due to the location of the tumour there was a chance she could be blind following surgery. On Tuesday 3rd December Keira waved what would be her final goodbye to her Mummy and Daddy and she was in the hands of her surgeons and whoever or whatever greater power might care for her.

    Six agonising hours later we were informed she was out of theatre and in the recovery area. It is very difficult to express in words the horror we endured that night and the following morning as we witnessed Keira’s condition deteriorate, improve, seem to stabilise and deteriorate again. A post-operative MRI was performed and we sat down with the lead surgeon and other members of the team treating Keira. The surgery itself had gone to plan and the team had been happy with her condition up until the middle of that morning when the MRI revealed a devastating truth. For some reason, and now the subject of a Coroner’s investigation, the blood supply to Keira’s brain was entirely cut off causing what essentially amounted to a massive stroke with a catastrophic impact to every part of her brain. Our baby was gone.

    We could do nothing more but sit with her, machines and drugs maintaining her heart beat and breathing, for the next 19 hours until the doctors could perform the official tests to declare her brain stem dead….then everything was switched off and she drifted gently and peacefully to a place with no pain or suffering.

    Around 500 children each year are diagnosed with a brain tumour in the UK and whilst this is a very personal story, we feel it should be shared considering our appeal for contributions to our chosen charities, particularly the HeadSmart campaign to raise awareness for parents and healthcare professionals of the symptoms of child brain tumours.

    Keira’s histology results ultimately confirmed a Pilomyxoid Astrocytoma of considerable size; only identified in 1999 this relatively rare form of tumour requires a great deal of further research, along with the many other forms found in children, to understand the best approaches to treatment and to continue to improve expectations for long term survival. The Children's Brain Tumour Research Centre at the University of Nottingham along with The Brain Tumour Charity are working very hard to this end.

    We hope you will be able to contribute in some way to our cause.

    Thank you.

    Tim & Kirsty Lee

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    Total so far:

    $1,674.99

  • LoveUKeiraFund

    Welcome to our “LoveUKeira Fund” JustGiving page. The LoveUKeira Fund is an official supporter group of The Brain Tumour Charity set up in memory of our wonderful daughter Keira. We are authorised to raise funds on behalf of the charity using their Registered Charity status: 1150054 (England and Wales) SC045081 (Scotland).

    Follow us at: www.facebook.com/loveukeira | www.loveukeira.co.uk | www.twitter.com/loveukeira_uk | #LoveUKeira


    Keira’s Story

    On the evening of November 27th 2013 we decided Keira should be taken to our local A&E department without delay. Once there she was reviewed by a paediatrician and sent for a CT scan....and that was the moment our world was changed forever. Keira had a tumour, approximately 5x5cm, at the very centre of her brain.

    Over the 2-3 months before that dreadful evening she had seen several doctors, as occasionally she would vomit after gagging on food or phlegm when she had a little cold. Over the last month she had gradually lost her appetite, reduced in weight and the vomiting became more frequent. Keira did have fairly large tonsils and this along with possible reflux had been suggested as the probable cause for her problems. In the last week before she was diagnosed, she became steadily more tired and lethargic and on the evening of the 27th we noticed a droop to one side of her face, she was barely using her right arm and one pupil was larger than the other. This was suddenly not just over-sized tonsils.

    Once the initial diagnosis was made Keira was rushed to a leading centre for Neurology in London. Here, a more detailed MRI scan and a biopsy and initial operation to fit a pressure relieving fluid drain to her head, were carried out. This kept the immediate danger at bay whilst a team of neurological specialists considered how to approach her treatment. Kirsty and I spent 4 days with Keira on the paediatric ward where she sat happily in her cot, watched her favourite Peppa Pig, sang nursery rhymes, and entertained the nurses. We had been told by the doctors that the initial biopsy had indicated the tumour was probably benign, curable with partial surgical removal and a course of chemotherapy. However, due to the location of the tumour there was a chance she could be blind following surgery. On Tuesday 3rd December Keira waved what would be her final goodbye to her Mummy and Daddy and she was in the hands of her surgeons and whoever or whatever greater power might care for her.

    Six agonising hours later we were informed she was out of theatre and in the recovery area. It is very difficult to express in words the horror we endured that night and the following morning as we witnessed Keira’s condition deteriorate, improve, seem to stabilise and deteriorate again. A post-operative MRI was performed and we sat down with the lead surgeon and other members of the team treating Keira. The surgery itself had gone to plan and the team had been happy with her condition up until the middle of that morning when the MRI revealed a devastating truth. For some reason, and now the subject of a Coroner’s investigation, the blood supply to Keira’s brain was entirely cut off causing what essentially amounted to a massive stroke with a catastrophic impact to every part of her brain. Our baby was gone.

    We could do nothing more but sit with her, machines and drugs maintaining her heart beat and breathing, for the next 19 hours until the doctors could perform the official tests to declare her brain stem dead….then everything was switched off and she drifted gently and peacefully to a place with no pain or suffering.

    Around 500 children each year are diagnosed with a brain tumour in the UK and whilst this is a very personal story, we feel it should be shared considering our appeal for contributions to our chosen charities, particularly the HeadSmart campaign to raise awareness for parents and healthcare professionals of the symptoms of child brain tumours.

    Keira’s histology results ultimately confirmed a Pilomyxoid Astrocytoma of considerable size; only identified in 1999 this relatively rare form of tumour requires a great deal of further research, along with the many other forms found in children, to understand the best approaches to treatment and to continue to improve expectations for long term survival. The Children's Brain Tumour Research Centre at the University of Nottingham along with The Brain Tumour Charity are working very hard to this end.

    We hope you will be able to contribute in some way to our cause.

    Thank you.

    Tim & Kirsty Lee

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    Total so far:

    $5,664.14

  • paulandmary

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $429.70

  • Andrew-Coppin

    First of all thank you so much for taking the time in visiting my page. I am trying to do something different in raising awareness of one of the highest cancer killers of children, young people and adults under 40. Surprised? You may also be surprised to hear that Brain Tumour research is one of the lowest recipients of funding.

    What I would like you to do:

    1) Visit the HeadSmart page and download the symptoms guide

    http://www.headsmart.org.uk/admin/uploads/symptoms-card-final-v4_-printready.pdf

    2) Please send this link to all your friends and social networking contacts. Share, share and share again!

    3) If you do wish to donate, no more than £1 please. (Trying to raise awareness and hoping that this will encourage people to share).  

    Why the Brain Tumour Charity?

    The reason is quite simple. In memory of a friend's little girl, Keira, who died from a brain tumour, in a week from the “correct diagnosis”. Do visit the page in memory of Keira and read her story. https://www.justgiving.com/keiralee

    Seven days was not enough!

    I am running a marathon in seven days time and wanted to see what I could do in raising awareness in the space of a week.

    Perhaps with your help and the wonders of social networking, you and your families and friends may see benefit in knowing the symptoms and understanding this cancer just a little more.

    I will keep you posted of how I get on in Amsterdam.

    My thanks to you again.

    Andrew



     


     







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    Total so far:

    $99.92

  • k-jones3

    No one can prepare  you for the words! YOUR CHILD HAS A BRAIN TUMOR!!

    Your body loses control but your mind is so! Focused on how to help your child because they have to be ok otherwise what's happens to you and the rest of your family!

    My son William was diagnosed with a grade 3 anaplastic ependymoma last October. 

    After 4 ( yes 4 visits !to a and e within 5 days they took me finally took me seriously ) and performed a ct scan which confirmed the worst moment you never want to experience! Because your kids are your life right and your family is all that really matters.

    A 9 hour operation at St George's London removed the Tumor! 9 hours of waiting to  know if your child will breath or talk again I don't need to even tell you!but we were lucky we had a great surgical team on our side.

    A brain infection followed and one particular night I look at my son who always moved so much in his sleep(always upside down and everywhere, never still!)was silent not moving   Barley there I thought I was going to lose him  that night.I held on to every minute !

    Two more operations and he pulled through!(I'm one of the lucky ones!)

    My son just received his first clear scan last month and whilst we will live in fear everyday that this could return the stong little man is here.

    Other people are not so lucky! They live hell every day ! Keira's brother went to pre school with William and I look at her website LOVE U KEIRA  every day and cry. We need to stop brain tumors in children and fast. I have met lots of mums and dads and there just like u andi( how I used to )be -normal family's  going through hell. 

    Please sponsor Dan having his legs waxed for this amazing cause ( fun to watch!) I will post it on line!!

    This is the start of us all coming together and helping the love u Keira page hit there target to stop brain cancer.

    WE HAVE TO BEAT BRAIN  TUMORS!

    Who else will fight for our children!



    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $516.25

  • Michelle-Hardacre

    Michelle Hardacre, Garry Leedham and Matthew Simpson will be attempting to run 12k and complete 30 obstacles (rest stops) on Saturday 27th June at Bramham Park Leeds.

    We have decided to do this memory of Keira Lee who was taken away far too soon in 2013;

    http://www.loveukeira.co.uk/

    Please help us, to help this wonderful charity change these statistics;
    In the U.K. alone, 10 children or young people are diagnosed with a brain tumour every week. 25% will not survive. Many others are left with serious disabilities. Despite cancer of the brain killing more children, young people and adults up to the age of 40 than ANY other form of cancer, less than 2% of funding into cancer research is specific to brain tumours.

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    Total so far:

    $579.95

  • Andy-crossley2

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    The London Marathon is a challenge I have always wanted to undertake, and this year I have been lucky enough to get a place. As soon as I received confirmation of my place I knew that this is the charity I wanted to raise money for in memory of Keira. My friends lost their young niece, Keira aged 2 to a brain tumour in 2013, please take the time to read her story which has been written by her Dad and donate any amount you can.

    Keira's Story

    On the evening of November 27th 2013 we decided Keira should be taken to our local A&E department at East Surrey Hospital without delay. Once there she was reviewed by a paediatrician and sent for a CT scan....and that was the moment our world was changed forever. Keira had a tumour, approximately 5x5cm, at the very centre of her brain.

    Over the 2-3 months before that dreadful evening she had seen several doctors, as occasionally she would vomit after gagging on food or phlegm when she had a little cold. Over the last month she had gradually lost her appetite, reduced in weight and the vomiting became more frequent. Keira did have fairly large tonsils and this along with possible reflux had been suggested as the probable cause for her problems. In the last week before she was diagnosed, she became steadily more tired and lethargic and on the evening of the 27th we noticed a droop to one side of her face, she was barely using her right arm and one pupil was larger than the other. This was suddenly not just over-sized tonsils.

    Once the initial diagnosis was made Keira was rushed to Kings College Hospital, the leading centre for Neurology in London. Here, a more detailed MRI scan and a biopsy and initial operation to fit a pressure relieving fluid drain to her head, were carried out. This kept the immediate danger at bay whilst a team of neurological specialists considered how to approach her treatment. 

    Kirsty and I spent 4 days with Keira on the paediatric ward where she sat happily in her cot, watched her favourite Peppa Pig, sang nursery rhymes, and entertained the nurses. We had been told by the doctors that the initial biopsy had indicated the tumour was probably benign, curable with partial surgical removal and a course of chemotherapy. However, due to the location of the tumour there was a chance she could be blind following surgery. On Tuesday 3rd December Keira waved what would be her final goodbye to her Mummy and Daddy and she was in the hands of her surgeons and whoever or whatever greater power might care for her.

    Six agonising hours later we were informed she was out of theatre and in the recovery area. It is very difficult to express in words the horror we endured that night and the following morning as we witnessed Keira’s condition deteriorate, improve, seem to stabilise and deteriorate again. A post-operative MRI was performed and we sat down with the lead surgeon and other members of the team treating Keira. The surgery itself had gone to plan and the team had been happy with her condition up until the middle of that morning when the MRI revealed a devastating truth. For some reason, and now the subject of a Coroner’s investigation, the blood supply to Keira’s brain was entirely cut off causing what essentially amounted to a massive stroke with a catastrophic impact to every part of her brain. Our baby was gone.

    We could do nothing more but sit with her, machines and drugs maintaining her heart beat and breathing, for the next 19 hours until the doctors could perform the official tests to declare her brain stem dead….then everything was switched off and she drifted gently and peacefully to a place with no pain or suffering.

    Around 500 children each year are diagnosed with a brain tumour in the UK and whilst this is a very personal story, we feel it should be shared considering our appeal for contributions to our chosen charities, particularly the HeadSmart campaign (www.headsmart.org.uk) to raise awareness for parents and healthcare professionals of the symptoms of child brain tumours.

    Keira’s histology results ultimately confirmed a Pilomyxoid Astrocytoma of considerable size; only identified in 1999 this relatively rare form of tumour requires a great deal of further research, along with the many other forms found in children, to understand the best approaches to treatment and to continue to improve expectations for long term survival. The University of Nottingham along with The Brain Tumour Charity (www.thebraintumourcharity.org) are working very hard to this end.

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    Total so far:

    $3,460.15

  • Andy-crossley1

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $0.00

  • Andy-crossley

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Story

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Brain tumours kill more children, young people and adults under 40 than any other cancer yet receive less than 2% of total cancer research funding!!!


    Keira's Story

    On the evening of November 27th 2013 we decided Keira should be taken to our local A&E department at East Surrey Hospital without delay. Once there she was reviewed by a paediatrician and sent for a CT scan....and that was the moment our world was changed forever. Keira had a tumour, approximately 5x5cm, at the very centre of her brain.

    Over the 2-3 months before that dreadful evening she had seen several doctors, as occasionally she would vomit after gagging on food or phlegm when she had a little cold. Over the last month she had gradually lost her appetite, reduced in weight and the vomiting became more frequent. Keira did have fairly large tonsils and this along with possible reflux had been suggested as the probable cause for her problems. In the last week before she was diagnosed, she became steadily more tired and lethargic and on the evening of the 27th we noticed a droop to one side of her face, she was barely using her right arm and one pupil was larger than the other. This was suddenly not just over-sized tonsils.

    Once the initial diagnosis was made Keira was rushed to Kings College Hospital, the leading centre for Neurology in London. Here, a more detailed MRI scan and a biopsy and initial operation to fit a pressure relieving fluid drain to her head, were carried out. This kept the immediate danger at bay whilst a team of neurological specialists considered how to approach her treatment. 

    Kirsty and I spent 4 days with Keira on the paediatric ward where she sat happily in her cot, watched her favourite Peppa Pig, sang nursery rhymes, and entertained the nurses. We had been told by the doctors that the initial biopsy had indicated the tumour was probably benign, curable with partial surgical removal and a course of chemotherapy. However, due to the location of the tumour there was a chance she could be blind following surgery. On Tuesday 3rd December Keira waved what would be her final goodbye to her Mummy and Daddy and she was in the hands of her surgeons and whoever or whatever greater power might care for her.

    Six agonising hours later we were informed she was out of theatre and in the recovery area. It is very difficult to express in words the horror we endured that night and the following morning as we witnessed Keira’s condition deteriorate, improve, seem to stabilise and deteriorate again. A post-operative MRI was performed and we sat down with the lead surgeon and other members of the team treating Keira. The surgery itself had gone to plan and the team had been happy with her condition up until the middle of that morning when the MRI revealed a devastating truth. For some reason, and now the subject of a Coroner’s investigation, the blood supply to Keira’s brain was entirely cut off causing what essentially amounted to a massive stroke with a catastrophic impact to every part of her brain. Our baby was gone.

    We could do nothing more but sit with her, machines and drugs maintaining her heart beat and breathing, for the next 19 hours until the doctors could perform the official tests to declare her brain stem dead….then everything was switched off and she drifted gently and peacefully to a place with no pain or suffering.

    Around 500 children each year are diagnosed with a brain tumour in the UK and whilst this is a very personal story, we feel it should be shared considering our appeal for contributions to our chosen charities, particularly the HeadSmart campaign (www.headsmart.org.uk) to raise awareness for parents and healthcare professionals of the symptoms of child brain tumours. 

    Keira’s histology results ultimately confirmed a Pilomyxoid Astrocytoma of considerable size; only identified in 1999 this relatively rare form of tumour requires a great deal of further research, along with the many other forms found in children, to understand the best approaches to treatment and to continue to improve expectations for long term survival. The University of Nottingham along with The Brain Tumour Charity (www.thebraintumourcharity.org) are working very hard to this end. 

    We hope you will be able to contribute in some way to our cause. Thank you.

    Tim & Kirsty Lee

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    Total so far:

    $0.00

  • loveukeiraroadtrip

    Thanks for taking the time to visit our JustGiving page.

    On the 10th of August 2015, 3 members of the LoveUKeira team will set off on an epic 700 mile journey on 3 vintage tractors with a combined age of over 160 years (the tractors, not the team!). After months of preparation and restoration we will have a 1961 Fordson Super Major and two 1958 Fordson Dextas towing 3 beautiful vintage showman’s wagons from the 1920’s era. Starting in Crawley, West Sussex the team will spend 3 weeks on the road across the South of England to raise awareness and vital funds for research, hosting several evening events and displaying their magnificent machines at 3 popular country shows. Further details of the event can be found at www.loveukeira.co.uk and the team can be sponsored at www.justgiving.com/loveukeiraroadtrip or by texting KEIR70 £3 to 70070 (or any amount between £1 and £10).


    The Road Trip Team

    Team leader Shane Portman was born and raised on and around farms in Devon and Dorset. Shane’s Grandad was a ploughman after leaving the army in the early fifties. He started working with horses but eventually moved on to tractors, his first being a 1948 Fordson E27N. He continued to work up until the late 1970s. Shane’s Father was a dairyman and at the age of 13 the family moved to Surrey, where they have a small holding of around 25 acres and keep chickens and a few sheep. Shane and his family, including uncles and cousins have around 20 vintage tractors and implements including his Grandad’s Fordson E27N, his Massey Harris 745 and his pride and joy, a 1932 Aveling & Porter steam roller. Every year Shane, his family and friends run their magnificent machines out on the remaining 130 acres of the farm.

    Shane is accompanied on the road trip by his wife Donna (who insisted on the bright pink paint job for her tractor in Keira’s honour!) and his good friend, Patrick Holden, a contract tractor driver.


    Thank you

    Tim & Kirsty Lee

    LoveUKeira Founders



     

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    Total so far:

    $8,392.34

  • loveukeirateaparty

    Welcome to the LoveUKeira Vintage Tea Party JustGiving page!

    Event: Saturday 14th March 2015 at St Francis' Church Hall, 84 Balcombe Road, Horley, Surrey, RH6 9AY from 3pm.

    On this page we will record our fundraising total and winning auction bidders will be able to make their payments directly to the charity.

    Thank you for all your wonderful support!

    The LoveUKeira team xx - 

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    Total so far:

    $3,172.99

  • burstowpjday

    In honour of Keira's 1st Angelversary, Burstow School held a fantastic PJ day....thank you so much to everyone who took part and supported the event xx

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    Total so far:

    $602.32

  • Debbie-Beling

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    On Sunday 13th July the British 10K London, my second 10K this year, both in memory of Keira Lee.  Please see Keira's story at www.justgiving.com/keiralee

    Did you know that our children are now more likely to be diagnosed with a brain tumour than bacterial meningitis? And did you know that up to the age of 40 brain tumours kill more people than ANY other form of cancer?

    HeadSmart, run by The Brain Tumour Charity, is the national awareness campaign bringing these and other shocking facts to the attention of parents and healthcare professionals: www.headsmart.org.uk

    Please give whatever you can to help, every penny counts.

    Thank you in advance xx

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $106.66

  • Kerry-mumford

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    On the 13th July I will be running the British 10K London run in memory of Keira Lee a beautiful little girl who's story can be read on the link below 

    https://www.justgiving.com/keiralee

    Did you know that our children are now more likely to be diagnosed with a brain tumour than bacterial meningitis? And did you know that up to the age of 40 brain tumours kill more people than ANY other form of cancer?

    HeadSmart, run by The Brain Tumour Charity, is the national awareness campaign bringing these and other shocking facts to the attention of parents and healthcare professionals:www.headsmart.org.uk


    So I'm asking you in return for my hours of training and blisters to please make small pledge to my page. Every penny counts - so instead of a coffee, donate that money here and do something amazing today! 

    Thank you 

    Kerry 


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    Total so far:

    $410.63

  • running4keira

    Thanks for taking the time to visit our JustGiving page. Please see Keira's story at: www.justgiving.com/keiralee

    Did you know that our children are now more likely to be diagnosed with a brain tumour than bacterial meningitis? And did you know that up to the age of 40 brain tumours kill more people than ANY other form of cancer?

    HeadSmart, run by The Brain Tumour Charity, is the national awareness campaign bringing these and other shocking facts to the attention of parents and healthcare professionals: www.headsmart.org.uk

    Out of the shock and despair of losing Keira, has emerged an incredible urge to help spread the word and to continue to reduce the average time to diagnosis - vital to improving the outlook of this terrible disease.

    Robbie (Keira's Uncle) and I (Keira's Daddy) will be taking part in the British 10k London Run 2014 on 13th July to raise desperately needed funds to promote the HeadSmart campaign across the UK.

    Anything that you can do to help would be amazing, even if it's just texting KEIR49 £5 to 70070 - probably about the cost of your lunch today!

    I know we can make an impact. Even if it's just one child diagnosed earlier and surviving as a result, something positive can come from our personal tragedy. Thank you so much for your support.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.


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    Total so far:

    $4,259.42

  • Bobbysfundraising

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Im Bobby, I am 8 years old. I love fund raising and doing things for charity. I've decided to shave my hair (#1) to help brain tumour research for children because a lovely little girl we knew sadly passed away, Keira, after only being diagnosed a week. I want to do something for her and her family.  💫

    Keiras story-http://www.justgiving.com/keiralee

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    Total so far:

    $693.28

  • cake4keira

    So what's happening?

    One of Burstow School's amazing pupils, Lucy Woods, daughter of Claire wanted to do something to raise funds and awareness of childhood brain tumours. She asked her Nan, Elaine, to bake this beautiful cake.

    Why are we doing it?

    Because every week in the UK 10 children and young people are diagnosed with a brain tumour, 25% will not survive and many more will suffer serious ongoing disabilities.

    How can you help?

    It's so easy! Simply make your donation via this page and don't tick the anonymous box or we won't know who you are.

    What happens next?

    The page will close at midday on Friday 28th March and at 3pm at Burstow School, Lucy will reveal what happens to the cake.

    Thank you very much everyone!

     

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    Total so far:

    $69.33

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    March is Brain Tumour Awareness Month and the incredible team at Burstow School have agreed to support the charity "Brain Tumour Research" by holding a Wear A Hat Day!

     

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    Total so far:

    $1,129.24

  • lucindaedwards

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    I decided to train for and run the British 10k for 2 very special people close to me who were both diagnosed with brain tumours in the last few months.

    Darling little Keira Lee, my little girls buddy, and youngest daughter of my dear friend Kirsty became an angel only a week after being diagnosed. You can read Keira's story here http://www.justgiving.com/keiralee  I run in memory of Keira xxx

    Ian Lester (42), my brother-in-law was diagnosed in September 2013. Having suffered a suspected stroke whilst on holiday abroad in August, and spending some time in ICU there, he returned to the UK to be advised that the scan images, together with the sequence of events, didn't suggest a stroke and therefore further scans were arranged. In September Ian received the news that he had a brain tumour. Ian had surgery to remove as much of the tumour as possible in November. Histology results confirmed a grade 2 Oligodendroglioma. Ian will now have MRI scans routinely to monitor the tumour's activity. I run in support and admiration of Ian xxx

    Until 6 months ago I had very little understanding of brain tumours. I knew they could be benign or malignant. That was where my knowledge ended. I would prefer to still be ignorant to be honest, but the sequence of events over the last 6 months has taught me a lot, about tumours, and also about life. Brain tumours are not just determined by their malignancy or size, other factors like type, subtype, grade, position, age/health of person etc all play a part.

    I know enough to understand that Brain Tumour research is seriously under-funded. There is so much work to be done and I truly want to make a difference. I am not fit, running 10k will be a challenge for me, but I will do it for Keira, for Ian, for their lovely families and for all those people out there facing the unimaginable xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    Research offers the only real hope of dramatic improvements in the diagnosis, treatment and management of brain tumours. Over £500 million is spent on cancer research in the UK every year, yet less than 2% is spent on brain tumours

    Please visit www.thebraintumourcharity.org to find out more about why funding into research and awareness is SO very important.

    Thank you for helping me achieve my target xxxxx

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    Total so far:

    $773.27

  • Lauren-Bates3

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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    Total so far:

    $666.61

  • keiralee

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

    Brain tumours kill more children, young people and adults under 40 than any other cancer yet receive less than 2% of total cancer research funding!!!

    If you think this is unacceptable and would like to join the fight against childhood brain tumours in Keira’s memory please:

      1. Think of something to do, be it wacky, challenging or just plain fun.
      2. Go to www.justgiving.com/remember/94704/keira-lee
      3. Click “Make a page for Keira”, search for and select one of our charities, then build your page from there.
      4. Tell everyone what you’re up to and why, including via FB and Twitter if that’s your bag!

    Oh and thank you so much to all our current and future fundraisers. We can make an impact.

    Keira's Story

    On the evening of November 27th 2013 we decided Keira should be taken to our local A&E department at East Surrey Hospital without delay. Once there she was reviewed by a paediatrician and sent for a CT scan....and that was the moment our world was changed forever. Keira had a tumour, approximately 5x5cm, at the very centre of her brain.

    Over the 2-3 months before that dreadful evening she had seen several doctors, as occasionally she would vomit after gagging on food or phlegm when she had a little cold. Over the last month she had gradually lost her appetite, reduced in weight and the vomiting became more frequent. Keira did have fairly large tonsils and this along with possible reflux had been suggested as the probable cause for her problems. In the last week before she was diagnosed, she became steadily more tired and lethargic and on the evening of the 27th we noticed a droop to one side of her face, she was barely using her right arm and one pupil was larger than the other. This was suddenly not just over-sized tonsils.

    Once the initial diagnosis was made Keira was rushed to Kings College Hospital, the leading centre for Neurology in London. Here, a more detailed MRI scan and a biopsy and initial operation to fit a pressure relieving fluid drain to her head, were carried out. This kept the immediate danger at bay whilst a team of neurological specialists considered how to approach her treatment. 

    Kirsty and I spent 4 days with Keira on the paediatric ward where she sat happily in her cot, watched her favourite Peppa Pig, sang nursery rhymes, and entertained the nurses. We had been told by the doctors that the initial biopsy had indicated the tumour was probably benign, curable with partial surgical removal and a course of chemotherapy. However, due to the location of the tumour there was a chance she could be blind following surgery. On Tuesday 3rd December Keira waved what would be her final goodbye to her Mummy and Daddy and she was in the hands of her surgeons and whoever or whatever greater power might care for her.

    Six agonising hours later we were informed she was out of theatre and in the recovery area. It is very difficult to express in words the horror we endured that night and the following morning as we witnessed Keira’s condition deteriorate, improve, seem to stabilise and deteriorate again. A post-operative MRI was performed and we sat down with the lead surgeon and other members of the team treating Keira. The surgery itself had gone to plan and the team had been happy with her condition up until the middle of that morning when the MRI revealed a devastating truth. For some reason, and now the subject of a Coroner’s investigation, the blood supply to Keira’s brain was entirely cut off causing what essentially amounted to a massive stroke with a catastrophic impact to every part of her brain. Our baby was gone.

    We could do nothing more but sit with her, machines and drugs maintaining her heart beat and breathing, for the next 19 hours until the doctors could perform the official tests to declare her brain stem dead….then everything was switched off and she drifted gently and peacefully to a place with no pain or suffering.

    Around 500 children each year are diagnosed with a brain tumour in the UK and whilst this is a very personal story, we feel it should be shared considering our appeal for contributions to our chosen charities, particularly the HeadSmart campaign (www.headsmart.org.uk) to raise awareness for parents and healthcare professionals of the symptoms of child brain tumours.

    Keira’s histology results ultimately confirmed a Pilomyxoid Astrocytoma of considerable size; only identified in 1999 this relatively rare form of tumour requires a great deal of further research, along with the many other forms found in children, to understand the best approaches to treatment and to continue to improve expectations for long term survival. The University of Nottingham along with The Brain Tumour Charity (www.thebraintumourcharity.org) are working very hard to this end.

    We hope you will be able to contribute in some way to our cause. Thank you.

    Tim & Kirsty Lee

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    Total so far:

    $35,645.20

Donations made in memory of Keira Lee1284

  • Donation by Jane Leeto Tim's page on 28/11/2019

    Sale of work made by Mary

    £60.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Christopher Leeto Tim's page on 15/07/2019

    Proceeds from sale of works made by Mary Redman

    £61.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Tim's page on 26/06/2019

    Fuller Grab Hire Collection Tin

    £333.63

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Brett Sto Suzanne's page on 03/05/2019

    Well done Suzanne and Dean!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Suzanne Claydonto Suzanne's page on 26/04/2019

    From Smallfield Club

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Suzanne Claydonto Suzanne's page on 26/04/2019

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anna and Tony Leeto Tim's page on 19/04/2019

    In memory of Keira xx

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Carole Franksto Suzanne's page on 14/04/2019

    Hi guys, better late than never. Congratulations on this massive achievement. Hope your toenails have survived xx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by David Coleto Suzanne's page on 14/04/2019

    go guys, you will do it. Love D&D xxc

    £40.00

    + £10.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sandra Coppardto Suzanne's page on 14/04/2019

    Smash it and good luck xxx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Suzanne's page on 13/04/2019

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Julia Mounato Suzanne's page on 13/04/2019

    Good luck both.. you will smash it love from the Mouna’s xx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tim Leeto Suzanne's page on 13/04/2019

    Good luck to both of you!!!

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Claire Bournto Suzanne's page on 13/04/2019

    All the best for tomorrow XxXx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Ken Keighronto Suzanne's page on 13/04/2019

    Good luck Dean. Running for a great cause.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Suzanne's page on 08/04/2019

    Good Luck Suzanne and Dean!

  • Donation by Charlotte Townsendto Suzanne's page on 07/04/2019

    Good luck both of you ! From Charlotte, James , Scarlet and William xx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by John and Doris Claydonto Suzanne's page on 06/04/2019

    Good luck. Take care X X

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Donna Portmanto Suzanne's page on 04/04/2019

    Amazing achievement guys Xx

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Donna Portmanto Suzanne's page on 04/04/2019

    Amazing achievement well done guys Xx

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jane Taylorto Suzanne's page on 03/04/2019

    Sue & Dean. Good luck with the marathon. Great cause 💕. All the best Jane & Darren. xx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tina Willemsento Suzanne's page on 03/04/2019

    Go on you! I think you are nuts but doing this for a great cause. Hope you have some toe nails left by the end of it :-)

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Patricia Seagerto Suzanne's page on 31/03/2019

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Stuart Martinto Suzanne's page on 29/03/2019

    All the best guys!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jamie Hollandsto Suzanne's page on 29/03/2019

    What a fantastic charity you are running for! Good Luck to you both.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Parimal Patelto Suzanne's page on 27/03/2019

    Best of luck Suzanne and Dean!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Richard O'Neillto Suzanne's page on 27/03/2019

    Amazing effort guys. I know how much you have put in and sacrificed. I am sure you'll both smash it and for such a good cause as well. Good Luck The O'Neill's

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Suzanne's page on 27/03/2019

    Good Luck Dean & Sue From Luke O

    £5.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lisa Wuto Suzanne's page on 27/03/2019

  • Donation by iain mairto Suzanne's page on 27/03/2019

    good luck Suzanne! - if marathons were easy everyone would do one!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Richard Bealto Suzanne's page on 27/03/2019

    Good luck dean. I may see you running as I shall be part of the motorcycle cavalcade at the front.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Justine Taylorto Suzanne's page on 26/03/2019

    Good luck from Henry Taylor and family :)

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Stephen Kirbyto Suzanne's page on 26/03/2019

    Good luck!

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kershto Suzanne's page on 26/03/2019

    Good luck guys! Great effort to a very worthy cause. The chafing will be worth it - lol!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Suzanne's page on 26/03/2019

    Good luck with the marathon, it’s for a great cause !

    £5.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by David Bairdto Suzanne's page on 26/03/2019

    Best of luck, great cause.

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Adele Mccutchento Suzanne's page on 26/03/2019

    Good Luck Sue and Dean.. you will smash it! Xx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mary Redmanto Paul and Mary's page on 22/12/2018

    Money raised at Mary's Christmas 2018 piano recital where a selection of her pupils played Chrismas music.

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by HELEN DUNCANto Tim's page on 11/12/2018

    With love at Christmas and always. Xxx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by The Allworthy’s xxto Tim's page on 05/12/2018

    Instead of Christmas cards we are donating to various charities close to our hearts. Always in our thoughts darling Keira. Sending love and strength to the family everyday but especially today xx💗💫

    £5.00

    + £1.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jane, Ellie & Maryto Paul and Mary's page on 05/12/2018

    Money raised on the LoveUKeira Christmas stall at Durrington Infant & Junior School in Worthing, Dec. 2018

    £62.50

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Tim's page on 08/08/2018

    Well done on raising so much.

    £40.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by The Allworthy’sto Tim's page on 01/08/2018

    Sending you angel cuddles and kisses on your 7th birthday darling Keira, always in our thoughts. xxxxxxx💗💫

    £7.00

    + £1.75 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Gemma Boukhoufaneto Tim's page on 01/08/2018

    Thinking of you on your 7th Birthday x love from all of us xx

  • Donation by Tim Leeto Tim's page on 14/07/2018

    Raised by the fantastic Showtimers Amateur Dramatics Society - thank you so much to all involved and congratulations on a brilliant performance of Rumplestiltskin 👍

    £161.69

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tim Leeto Tim's page on 14/07/2018

    Raised by Donna and Jo at the Copthorne Carnival - huge thanks to you both 😍

    £60.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paul and Mary Redmanto Paul and Mary's page on 19/05/2018

    Money raised on the LoveUKeira stall at a toddler group in Worthing, May 2018

    £30.50

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tim Leeto Tim's page on 09/04/2018

    Raised by Amy selling wrist bands to her friends. Well done Amy xx

    £15.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tim Leeto Tim's page on 09/04/2018

    Additional funds raised from follow up events.

    £370.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Helen Duncanto Tim's page on 14/12/2017

    Because she's never far from our minds and forever in our hearts. With Love from the Duncans xxxx

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paul and Mary Redmanto Paul and Mary's page on 26/11/2017

    Money raised on the LoveUKeira stall at the GURC Christmas crafts fair table top sale in Nov 2017.

    £40.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lorraine duarteto Tim's page on 31/10/2017

    Lucy and Zoe made and sold Hallowe'en cakes whilst trick or treating for LoveUKeira!

    £7.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paul O'Donnellto Tim's page on 18/10/2017

    Good job Tim!

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by The Nook Nurseryto Paul and Mary's page on 07/10/2017

    Money raised by the sale of their Christmas Nativity DVDs.

    £15.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by The Allworthy's xxto Tim's page on 29/09/2017

    Donating this in memory of a very close family friend who sadly passed away, he wouldn't have wanted flowers, but to donate to a charity close to us. Keira & family you're always in our hearts xxx

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Alex Yipto Karen's page on 28/09/2017

    Well done the yips

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kevin Breento Tim's page on 27/09/2017

    Well done Timmy Lee, great effort for a great cause

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kit Hammerbeckto Tim's page on 27/09/2017

    Well done Tim!

  • Donation by Steven Roachto Karen's page on 26/09/2017

    Well done Gaz

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lucy Smallto Karen's page on 26/09/2017

    Well done The Smalls

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Chris Jonesto Robbie's page on 26/09/2017

    £500.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Leon Pidgeonto Karen's page on 26/09/2017

    Well done Gaz

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Alison Aberyto Karen's page on 26/09/2017

  • Donation by Jarrett Sydellto Tim's page on 25/09/2017

    $50.00

  • Donation by Jarrett Sydellto STEVEN's page on 25/09/2017

    Well done!

    $50.00

  • Donation by nick sumto Tim's page on 25/09/2017

    good luck boys

    £25.00

    + £6.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Kimberley Knottto Jason's page on 25/09/2017

    Well done all of you xxx

    £15.00

    + £3.75 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Barry Johnsonto Jason's page on 25/09/2017

    Welldone to you Jason & the rest of your team ..... such a good cause .... love Di & Barry JOHNSON x

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Russell Howto STEVEN's page on 25/09/2017

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Greg Wybornto STEVEN's page on 25/09/2017

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto STEVEN's page on 24/09/2017

    Fantastic effort Steve, well done

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paul Griceto STEVEN's page on 24/09/2017

    Well done Steve, Hope you've had a shower. All the best and hope you are all well. Hope to catch up soon. THe Here- Griceys

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by John & Deeto STEVEN's page on 24/09/2017

    Well done.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Christine Snowdonto Karen's page on 24/09/2017

    Well done Garry love mum and Tony xx

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Johnn Walterto Karen's page on 24/09/2017

    Well done Gaz

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Katherine Bellchambersto Karen's page on 24/09/2017

    Well done Gazza - a charity close to my heart too x

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by m blundento Robbie's page on 23/09/2017

    Good Luck Robbie & The team Go Smash It!! Love Becky, Mark, Kiera & Ruby x

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Neil Purbrickto Karen's page on 23/09/2017

    Good luck!!!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rachel Eglintonto Karen's page on 23/09/2017

    Good luck Garry.. love Rachel xx

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Emma Greenwoodto Robbie's page on 22/09/2017

    Good luck to all of you!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Sam Timmsto Tim's page on 22/09/2017

    All the Best !

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Matt Hallto Karen's page on 22/09/2017

    Good luck Garry

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by James, Gemma and Leeto Karen's page on 22/09/2017

    Good luck Gazza from James Macdonald, Gemma Cosentino and Lee Thomas

    £35.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Claire , Jonathan , Jake Joe and Maxto Karen's page on 21/09/2017

    A Very worthy cause close to our Hearts Good luck Garry

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Cali Liechtyto STEVEN's page on 20/09/2017

    Good luck!

    $50.00

  • Donation by Cali Liechtyto Tim's page on 20/09/2017

    Good luck!

    $50.00

  • Donation by Amandato Jason's page on 20/09/2017

    Good luck Jason! I had a brain hemhorrage in 2002 and nearly died so anything for the brain is good! Amanda

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Stephen Finchto Jason's page on 20/09/2017

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jo Kirwanto Tim's page on 19/09/2017

    Good luck!!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rebecca Edwardsto Jason's page on 19/09/2017

    Good luck lovely x

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Laura Wattsto Karen's page on 18/09/2017

    Great charity Garry! Go get muddy! Good Luck! Laura & Matthew x

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by The Smithsto Karen's page on 18/09/2017

    Good luck

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Lisa Kempto Karen's page on 18/09/2017

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Alon Mallikto Tim's page on 18/09/2017

    Good luck Tim! The Mallik-Villapas are cheering for you.

  • Donation by Annalices Villapato STEVEN's page on 18/09/2017

    Good luck Bax!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Annalices Villapato Tim's page on 18/09/2017

    Good luck Timothy!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Luke Jarvisto Karen's page on 18/09/2017

    Good stuff mate! Top work.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Karen Sapsfordto Karen's page on 18/09/2017

    Good luck Louise x

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Andrew Simonsto Tim's page on 18/09/2017

    Best of luck Tim

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Fabiano oliveirato STEVEN's page on 18/09/2017

    Go on mate. Very nice of you ! Thanks! Fabs

    £100.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Janis Smithto Karen's page on 18/09/2017

    a very worthy cause, close to my own heart x

    £15.00

    + £3.75 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paul Juddto Karen's page on 18/09/2017

    Good luck Garry. Pressure is on for you to beat Mark Lyons or your reputation will be in tatters ;-)

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Linda & Rogerto STEVEN's page on 17/09/2017

    Good luck Steve

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Nicola Larkinto Karen's page on 17/09/2017

    Well done Gary 👍

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Bryan BAXENDALEto STEVEN's page on 17/09/2017

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mark Stamto Tim's page on 15/09/2017

    Respect Tim, good luck!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by The McCormick Familyto STEVEN's page on 14/09/2017

    £30.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by The McCormick Familyto Tim's page on 14/09/2017

    £30.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Samanta Brasinito Tim's page on 13/09/2017

    Good luck Tim!

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Matt Teasdaleto Tim's page on 13/09/2017

    Good luck with the race Tim! Speak soon.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anna Leeto Tim's page on 12/09/2017

    Good luck to you and all the team. Mum and Dad x

    £100.00

    + £25.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Rob Bowento Tim's page on 12/09/2017

    Good luck Tim, I hope all well

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by GMcto Tim's page on 12/09/2017

    Good luck Tim. 12 miles is more than enough without the obstacles...

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Tarla Gadhiato Tim's page on 12/09/2017

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Juliette Leeto Tim's page on 11/09/2017

    Good Luck Tim !

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mercedes Allworthyto Tim's page on 10/09/2017

    You'll smash it! Have fun, always in our thoughts xx

    £5.00

    + £1.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Tim's page on 08/09/2017

    Sending good vibes and support from the US. Good luck, Tim!

    $50.00

  • Donation by Nick Robinsonto Robbie's page on 08/09/2017

    Good luck bucket.....!

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Nona Alexanderto Tim's page on 08/09/2017

    Good luck, Tim!

    £50.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Darioto Tim's page on 08/09/2017

    Good luck Tim.....it will be a piece of cake for an a top athlete like you!!!! Piece of advise: don't wear anything white.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Robin Leeto Tim's page on 07/09/2017

    Good luck in the mud.

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto Tim's page on 06/09/2017

    $50.00

  • Donation by Wayne Wylieto Tim's page on 04/09/2017

    Wishing the best. God bless your efforts.

    $30.00

  • Donation by John Lattimoreto Tim's page on 04/09/2017

    Good luck Tim go beat Garry

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Russell Atkinsto Robbie's page on 29/08/2017

    Good luck mate, great cause.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jason Blaketo Tim's page on 27/08/2017

    Good luck.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Laura Schinnto Tim's page on 25/08/2017

    Good luck! :)

    $25.00

  • Donation by Kyle Pedrottyto Tim's page on 25/08/2017

    Great job fundraising, Tim & Steve!

    $100.00

  • Donation by Faith and Grahamto STEVEN's page on 13/08/2017

    You fool! But you will probably enjoy it!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Simon Vesseyto Tim's page on 12/08/2017

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Simon Vesseyto STEVEN's page on 12/08/2017

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Juliet Grayto Tim's page on 09/08/2017

    Good luck with Tough Mudder.

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Paul Goaterto Robbie's page on 08/08/2017

    Good luck fella and a left-field word to the wise - cut your toenails or the silt will pop them off nicely for you which stings like a .....

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Anonymousto STEVEN's page on 07/08/2017

    Sounds masochistic to me but it's probably light exercise for you!

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Steve Moospeedto STEVEN's page on 07/08/2017

    Frozen, burned and electrocuted eh? Best of luck matey.

    £10.00

    + £2.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Dan Wto STEVEN's page on 07/08/2017

    Good Luck Mate

    £10.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Katie Hedleyto STEVEN's page on 06/08/2017

    £5.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Malcolm Plumbto STEVEN's page on 06/08/2017

    Enjoy it but be careful

    £45.00

    + £11.25 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Pam Lazenbyto STEVEN's page on 06/08/2017

    Good luck!

    £70.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Andrew Moscowto Robbie's page on 05/08/2017

    Please no more vests!!

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Mark Pearceto STEVEN's page on 05/08/2017

    I hope your not doing it in the normal Lycra kit you wear at the gym 😂 All the best Mark....

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Ellie & Jensonto STEVEN's page on 05/08/2017

    Good luck Steve.....

    £100.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Craig Stubbersfieldto Jason's page on 02/08/2017

    Good luck mate... Smash it then smash a pork pie in celebration.

    £20.00

    + £5.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by MDL COACHINGto Jason's page on 02/08/2017

    Hi Jason, In memory of Keira and her 6th Birthday yesterday I decided to donate £1 from every child today that attended one of our Summer Sports Camps and we had 62 children attend. Best of luck!

    £62.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Jesse Van Elkanto Tim's page on 01/08/2017

    $100.00

  • Donation by Vanessa Edwardsto Jason's page on 31/07/2017

    Good lick me babber

    £30.00

    + £7.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by George Johnsto Robbie's page on 31/07/2017

    Are you training in Harry's bar?

    £50.00

    + £12.50 Gift Aid

  • Donation by Pete Egglestonto Robbie's page on 31/07/2017

    £100.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

  • Donation by David Garnerto Tim's page on 30/07/2017

    Good luck mate!

    $50.00

  • Donation by Lee Payneto Tim's page on 28/07/2017

    Good luck Timmers!!

    £20.00

    + £0.00 Gift Aid

Charities we're helping 3

  • Brain Tumour Charity (The)

    Brain Tumour Charity (The)

    The Brain Tumour Charity is the world’s leading brain tumour charity and the largest dedicated funder of research into brain tumours globally. Committed to saving and improving lives, we’re moving further and faster to help every single person affected by a brain tumour. A cure really can’t wait

  • Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre - University of Nottingham

    Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre - University of Nottingham

    We perform pioneering research into genetic abnormalities of brain tumours, novel imaging techniques & drug delivery. We also excel in diagnosis, innovative treatment & raising awareness. Additional funding will enable crucial advances to be made in understanding & treating childhood brain tumours.

  • Brain Tumour Research

    Brain Tumour Research

    Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer. Just 1% of the national spend on cancer research has been allocated to this disease. We are a leading voice calling for support and action for research into what is called the last battleground against cancer.

Events we're doing 11

    • 14Apr

      Brighton Marathon 2019

    • Running / marathons

    • 23Sep

      Tough Mudder London South Saturday

    • Other events

    • 18Oct

      Amsterdam Marathon 2015

    • Running / marathons

    • 27Jun

      Total Warrior

    • Other events

    • 26Apr

      Virgin London Marathon 2015

    • Running / marathons

    • 10Aug

      LoveUKeira Tractor Road Trip 2015

    • Other personal challenge

    • 14Mar

      LoveUKeira Vintage Tea Party

    • Other personal challenge

    • 25May

      Bupa London 10,000 2014

    • Running / marathons

    • 13Jul

      British 10K London Run 2014

    • Running / marathons

    • 05Apr

      Shaving my hair

    • Other personal challenge

    • 23Mar

      Brentwood Half Marathon 2014

    • Running / marathons