Mckenzie & Abigail

My Activity Tracking


My target 10 kms

I'm walking for.... my auntie

Now more than ever St Ann's Hospice needs our support!

I'm taking part in the virtual Manchester Walk to support St Ann's Hospice. Throughout June I will be challenging myself to hit my distance and fundraising targets, to support an organisation that does so much for our community.

By donating and showing your support we can enable St Ann’s Hospice to provide care to people and their families living with a life-limiting illness in the Greater Manchester community. They provide a range of free services to patients, carers, and their loved ones from three sites as well as supporting patients in their own homes.

Join Team St. Ann’s today to ensure they're always there – wherever and whenever they are needed.

Thank you to my Sponsors


Frank Mccarron

Well done girls very proud of you both. FMC


Angela Milnes

Great initiative McKenzie. Good luck, Mrs Milnes x


Janine Mccann

McKenzie/Abi - I am so proud of both of you; taking the time to do something for others - thank you for being incredible role models.


Cat Staniforth

Good luck girls!


Mr John

Well done girls, good effort! Mr John


Mckenzie Peach


Auntie Mary And Uncle Andy Parr

We are so proud of you McKenzie 🥰 Well done 🎉


Miss Warburton

Such a fab cause! So proud of you both for raising money for the hospice.


Gary Dickinson

Very proud of your efforts Kensie. Great cause to be raising money for


Kerry Finley

Well done girls!


Mrs Harrison

Well done girls! Mrs Harrison



Good luck girls! What a wonderful thing to do. Miss Goddard


Chris Prince

Good luck to both of you. Great cause!


Miss Mcdonald

Well done McKenzie and Abi 👍🏻


Mrs Mccann- Pastoral

Well done McKenzie. So proud of you both raising money for St Anne's Mrs McCann - Pastoral Manager


Mr Lewis

Best of luck girls - a great cause!


Miss Quigley

Well done Girls! Very impressed with your efforts!


Mr Aattal

Good Luck!!!!




Fiona Mchugh


Mr Oneill

Good luck girls


Gemma Dickinson


Claire Walton

Well done girls