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Rebecca Woods (BTF member), Polly Dawes, Satu Nieminen, and Wendy Wrigglesworth knitted up a storm in September then sold the knitted items at an annual sale. £433

 

Stephen Hedley ran the Great North Run in September. “I managed to finish in 2 hours and 30 minutes, not an amazing time but one that I was/am very proud of! I’d like to thank everyone who sponsored me and who helped me". £118.38

fundraiser stevemcmullan

Steve McMullan and Dave Heeks ran the Wetherby 10K Fun Run in September. £282

fundraiser dan harknett

Dan Harknett ran the Birmingham and Black Country half-marathon on 4 July. “I made it! It went very well; I made it round in one hour 58 minutes, which was slightly longer than I had hoped for, but I was pleased it was under the two-hour mark. The only minor ailments were a very sore ankle and a bleeding nipple!” £741

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Philippa Williamson took part in the London Mazda Triathlon on 1 August. "This year I decided to take on the challenge of the London Triathlon again to improve my time, to take on a few family members who had signed up and - most importantly - to raise money for a very valuable charity and support the research that goes into helping people with this disorder and help make their lives better. Several people I know suffer from thyroid disease and it affects their lives hugely. It was a brilliant day and the sun was out which made it all worthwhile and I improved my time from last year by 16 minutes and 23 seconds so the training paid off.” £395

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Elizabeth Barber completed the ASICS British 10K London Run event in 49 minutes. £300 Photograph reproduced with permission of www.marathonphotos.com

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Lucy Szkornik ran the Flora London Marathon in April. “I decided to raise money for the BTF as I have an underactive thyroid myself and underwent surgery when I was 18 to remove part of my thyroid. I hope the money I have raised will go a little way to helping research into thyroid conditions.” £243

 

David Pendlebury took part in the 2009 Bath half-marathon event. “The main source of pride is having raised some cash for the BTF in the process [of running the event]". £300

fundraiser irene baillie

Irene Baillie thyroid cancer survivor, organised a sell out event the Tron Theatre in 2007 and followed this in 2009 with a concert at the Glasgow City Halls and a fundraising night at the Motherwell and Wishaw Miners Social Club. £3175