Audra Walks All Over Cancer

Walk All Over Cancer
March 2018

Audra Walks All Over Cancer

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Audra Peacock

Total raised


+ £51.25 Gift Aid

146 Complete
146% of £140.00 target

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For Dad & Kev I’m walking 10,000 steps each day this March for Cancer Research UK, please support me

In memory of

Me da and Kev

My dad died of cancer when I was 24 and here we are 28 years later and tragically people are still succumbing to this dreadful disease. We're still reeling from the events of last month when it cruelly took our work colleague Kevin; only just turned 39 and my go to guy to moan about the complexities of the accounting qualifications we were both studying for.

Like many others, my lovely extended family has been plagued by the impact of this disease for decades and right now, it just feels like I need to make my own little bit of an effort to ensure that this legacy is broken so that as my family grows (thanks currently to my gorgeous nieces), the likelihood of life threatening cancer continues to diminish. my little bit of effort. You know when you think something is a good idea? Well, on the spur of the moment, an impulse, as it were, I clicked the 'sign up' button to Walk All Over Cancer throughout March. I can do that, says I, 10,000 steps a day, says I, no problem!

Hmmm...having already made the commitment, let's just think this through. How many steps do I usually do a day? Average 1,050...ah. So, having made the commitment, I decided not to tell anyone until I knew I could do it! However, that isn't very helpful in raising money for this essential here I am

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page.

This March I’m walking 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to help beat cancer sooner. Day 1 was interesting; the first ridiculous amount snow for five years, walking alongside shoulder height drifts, doing (very short) laps of the little space the farmer had managed to plough. I only fell over once, but I managed to crush a carton of milk I was trying to take to my friend in the next village - that was Thursday...she didn't get it until Sunday.

So far I have exceeded 10,000 steps a day...14 days down 17 to go...yay! So if you see me breathing heavily along the quayside at lunch time...that's why!

If you can, please help me Walk All Over Cancer and fund life-saving research by sponsoring me. Any contribution will be gratefully received, so if you have anything lurking down the back of your sofa...

You can support me in other ways too just by not thinking I'm weird (!) if I'm marching on the spot at the photocopier (march with me!), or by reminding me when it's driving rain that I need to get out there (ask me how many steps I have on my's a powerful incentive when I've only done 546 and it's already 2 o'clock!)

Thank you so much for any support you can give...

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Latest updates


Lynsey Thompson



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Audra, don't listen to that knee! x


Jane Hayes



+£5.00 Gift Aid

keep going you are nearly there


Jen Carruthers Jones



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Keep on going!





+£5.00 Gift Aid

Walkies!!!! Good luck Audra (and the doggies) x





+£5.00 Gift Aid

All the best with the 10,000 steps each day Audra, one step at a time for this worthy cause - bringing forward the day when all cancers are cured.


Donna Collington



+£2.50 Gift Aid

You can do it Audra! Such a worthy cause, well done x

Total raised£205.00



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