2021 Brighton Marathon
12 Sep 2021

Kate and Annie's Giving Page

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Annie Howitt

Total raised


+ £82.50 Gift Aid

76 Complete
76% of £600.00 target

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

A mother daughter duo takes on the Brighton marathon to beat cancer together!

In September 2018, as a family we were faced with our biggest challenge yet when Mum (Kate) was diagnosed with tonsil cancer. The following months of chemo and radiotherapy were brutal, and the recovery long and gruelling but...successful. And now, as a cancer free woman and one of children (Annie) we'd like to raise money to keep essential research to make more success stories. Research has made cancers like these, not only treatable but in a way to minimise the long term effects and give people their life back.

This cause is doubly close to Annie's heart, as a PhD student researching cancer. Everyday, I see scientists hard at work to improve diagnosis, treatments and outcomes for patients and see firsthand how important funding is.

We're ALL (fundraisers, supporters, medical teams and researchers) working to beat cancer sooner!

Thank you for reading our page and donating whatever you can, little or large, it will all make a difference!

Latest updates

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Annie Howitt


Due to the COVID-19 situation the event has been delayed until the 20th of September so we're both using this time to enjoy training in better weather! :)


Kate Howitt



+£23.75 Gift Aid

Car boot proceeds! Still going on these when they open up again!


Peter Sprent



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Just keep running! Good luck from us all xx


Pablo Oriol Valls




Khushali Patel




Anne Ross



+£5.00 Gift Aid

All the best

Total raised£460.00



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