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Thank you to everyone in the North who is supporting us in our mission to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes. Here are some of our latest people to thank:
Thanks to the Larkhams at Cowden Holiday Park, who raised £1,400 by holding a raffle and auction.
Linda and Don McGrath raised £390 to celebrate their fiftieth birthdays.
Killen Primary School danced their way to £500 by organising a sponsored read and disco.
Annabelle Aspin and Grindleton Primary School walked their way to £351.30.
Kim Croft raised £50 during a social evening.
Chloe Chesman and her friends at the Inis Cara School of Irish Dancing raised £77.
Katheryn Cleary baked her way to £123.50 at the Royal Bolton Hospital.
The People to People Group dressed down at work and raised £112.95.
Thank you to Suzanne O’Reilly and the children at Scoill yn Jubilee Primary School for raising £408.47 by being #TypeOnesies on World Diabetes Day.
Emma Smeaton donated £1,000 through the Big Give, therefore doubling her money.
Mike and Sylvia Nickson also donated £1,000 through the Big Give.
Mandy Gibb donated £80.
Alison, Tim, Edward and Bertie David (Alison and Bertie pictured above) really got into the #TypeOnesie spirit on World Diabetes Day and raised well over £1,000.
Manor Lodge Primary School had fun raising £81.30.
Janet Conroy and her daughter Becky (pictured below) dressed as #TypeOnesies and raised £455.
Paul Lewin ran his way to £347.50 by completing the Chester Half Marathon.
Thank you to David Murray who raised £840 and thank you to Keller for matching the donation to make a grand total of £1,680.
Eve Hobdey-Canale raised £260 by being a #TypeOnesie.
Well done to Indi Griffith for raising £268.22 on World Diabetes Day.
Thanks to Ric Brailsford for donating £300.
Thank you to Angela, Aaron and Emma Fawcett for baking their way to £450.
Cleaswell Hill School raised £638 during their Enterprise Week at school.
Debbie, Jason and Molly Hall raised £570 by being #TypeOnesies.
Sam Crutchley raised £196 with a stall at his dad’s fire station open day and £71 raffling a Christmas bear at school.