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2016 - Ian Cubbin

Lives: Wigan 
                                                    
Story: Ian, 45, is running in honour of his son Josh, who was just three years old when he was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of cancer known as Burkitts Lymphoma. For four months in 2014 Josh’s home was Ward 84.

Josh was given the VIP treatment in 2016 when he was the special guest race starter for the Junior and Mini Great Manchester Run, so it’s fitting that this is the year his dad will represent when he runs in Team 10.

2017 - Nick Lewis

Lives: Holmes Chapel

Story: Nick’s daughter Freya is a Manchester Arena bombing survivor and is also running the 10K this year. Both Nick and Freya will be doing the run in support of RMCH Charity and have been avid supporters ever since the life-changing events of 2017.

Freya was just 14 when she suffered multiple fractures, lacerations and burns after being hit by shrapnel at the Ariana Grande concert two years ago. Her friend and classmate Nell Jones was tragically killed in the blast.

Christmas Donations

This Christmas, rather than donating gifts such as confectionery or toys to patients in our hospital, please will you consider making a donation instead.

We know that each year some of our amazing supporters like to bring toys and selection boxes to our young patients.  This year increased infection control measures and visiting restrictions posed by Covid-19, mean that unfortunately we are unable to accept gifts of this nature this festive season.

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