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Electric Run for Breast Cancer Care

So I've only mentioned this once on the blog, but Electric Run is just over a month away now. Training has been going well and I guess I'm as ready as I'll ever be, and I'm really excited because I get to have one of the best experiences I'm ever going to have, and for charity. 

I'm running for Breast Cancer Care and hope to raise £150 for the cause. Breast Cancer Care focus on providing personal and practical care for those affected by breast cancer and aim to give a personable approach to treatment and information. Being from a family where cancer has been quite prominent. I could not think of a more worthy charity to do this run for, and as it's payday, I'm hoping you have a few extra pennies to help me run that little bit further for Breast Cancer Care. Honestly, anything you can donate will be truly appreciated and a huge thanks in advance to those who are able to help.

You can check out my page link here

My next post on this will probably be after the event itself so *fingers crossed* I'll have nothing but amazing memories to share with you all. 

'til next time.

Love and hugs,


  1. what a fabulous thing to do for an amazing charity x

  2. Well done you! Hope you smash your fundraising target x

    1. Ironically, that's the thing I'm most nervous about. :/ xx

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