Shine London 2018 - Full Marathon
22 Sep 2018

Andria's Giving Page

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Andria Fruin

Total raised


+ £259.25 Gift Aid

538 Complete
538% of £200.00 target

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Cancer is a fear that will never go away for me, 60 months with no evidence of disease.

I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2013. I have had 2 major surgeries and continue to take medication to try to suppress the hormones that fed my cancer. Without Cancer Research I would not be alive today. I haven't been courageous or brave, I have been lucky, I found the lump and was diagnosed quickly and had and continue to have excellent care from the NHS.

I have registered to do the SHINE walk which is a 26.2 mile walk over night around London. My daughter, Charlotte and her friends Chloe, Alice Lucy and Amber are doing it with me. I am training, at a much slower pace than the girls, and I am determined to try to achieve this marathon walk and raise money for Cancer research.

Cancer had not only effected me but also members of my family and friends. I am doing this walk in memory of all of them but especially my Nana James, my 'aunty' Anna, Robert and my mother in law Eileen xxx

Latest updates





Well done


Victoria Hinton



So proud of you Cuz!!


Nikki Wade



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Amazing achievement Andie, so proud of what you all did. All raised for a great cause 😘 xxx


Andria FRUIN



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Thank you LW (work)


Emma Gilbey



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Amazing effort Andie!! Well done! Xx





+£6.25 Gift Aid

Congratulations Andie.
You are a complete ⭐️!

Total raised£1,077.00



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