2019 London Landmarks Half Marathon
24 Mar 2019

A member of Bryan's team

Alison Cutter's Giving Page

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Alison Cutter

Total raised


+ £56.50 Gift Aid

130 Complete
130% of £400.00 target

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I’m raising as much as I can to beat cancer

Last year I ran the first ever London Landmarks Half Marathon for a charity raising money to fight a disease which had a devastating affect on my father in law. Little did I know my husband Bryan would be diagnosed in February this year with stomach cancer and would have to have a total Gastrectomy which was performed on 31st July. The last 8 months have been very difficult at times and a roller-coaster of emotions but I am so proud of how Bryan has dealt with everything that has been thrown at him so far. The treatment Bryan has received from The Lingen Davies Unit at Shrewsbury, the Surgeons at Stoke University Hospital, staff and everyone else concerned has been amazing and we cannot thank these people enough. I know Bryan has his own page to raise money to help fight cancer but I would like to raise some money as my way of saying thank you and helping to fight back. Any donation however small would be gratefully received.

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Alison Cutter




Kerry Grimshaw



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck Alison!! Know you will be awesome!! Lots love from Kerry, Rob, Freddie and Harry xxxx


Henshalls Insurance Brokers



We're all behind you! Well, not literally, otherwise we'd all be asking you for sponsorship too ...


Mark and Sharon Freeman



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go Girl!


Bryan Cutter



+£21.50 Gift Aid

Jayne Ford



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good luck Alison xx

Total raised£520.00



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