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Supporting Alder Hey; Archie’s Story

19th June 2017

Every year Alder Hey care for over 275,000 patients and their families. These families are great supporters of the fundraising appeal. They agreed to share their stories with the public to help raise awareness.

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Jo and her sister going down the pretty muddy slide

Race Day Pretty Muddy 5K – We Did It!

21st May 2017

The first one was the climbing over the durdles and trudging through knee deep water before climbing back out – TWICE! The initial getting wet is always the worst and after this we were squelching round the course.

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Alder Hey Children’s Charity Appeal

9th May 2017

When I saw that Alder Hey Children’s Charity were looking for help with their awareness campaign, I really wanted to get involved.
Alder Hey Children’s Charity raises vital funds to help make Alder Hey in the Park a truly world-class, patient-friendly hospital. The hospital cares for 275,000 patients and families every year.

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lady training at sunset

Pretty Muddy; Two Weeks into Training

10th April 2017

So I am at the end of my second week of training for the Pretty Muddy run in May. Only five weeks to go!
My first week of training I found hard. Hard to get motivated and hard to actually do it, but I did it.
This week I felt much better. I wanted to go out and run.
I wanted that running buzz!

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lady training at sunset

Pretty Muddy; Running Week One

3rd April 2017

Last week I wrote about my up and coming run in May for Cancer Research. That was the start of my weekly running journey. Here I talk about my first week running.

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lady training at sunset

Pretty Muddy Race for Life

27th March 2017

The Pretty Muddy Race for Life is a muddy obstacle course where you crawl, climb and run through mud all in the name of raising money for Cancer Research.
Cancer Research is a charity close to our hearts as we have lost both of our Grandads to cancer.

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