Chelmsford 10k 2019
21 Jul 2019

Cathy's Race for Life

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Cathy Carew

Total raised


+ £17.50 Gift Aid

155 Complete
155% of £100.00 target

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

I'm running 10k Race for Life because I want to raise money to beat cancer to save lives. I lost my dad age 39 with stomach cancer leaving me as the bread winner age 13.I buy and sell vegetables to get money to feed my young sister,brother and my 39 year old mum who at that time is suffering nervous breakdown. February 2009 I had a left mastectomy due to breast cancer,I had 6 months of chemotherapy, radiotherapy treatments and scans and ultrasounds.I'm cancer free now,thanks God and thanks for the suport from doctors,nurses and other medical professionals.I lost my uncle from liver cancer,my auntie from brain tumor,my best friend from bowel cancer.My brother -in-law is a four times cancer survivor.he had bowel op 1st June 2018 until now he is still waiting for the reversal of the stoma.If anybody is having cancer treatment out there,go with the treatment religiously and think positive.All the best.Take care. Cathy

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Catalina Carew




peter Bottomley



+£2.50 Gift Aid

From Tracy


Oliver Beard



+£2.50 Gift Aid

The best of luck to all those who are taking part in raising funds for a noble cause.


Meg Day



Good luck in the race. Xxx


Philip Carew



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well Done Mum, I’m proud of you doing this run as it’s a very worth while cause and being a survivor of cancer and doing this for others is great xxx


Lisa Brookes



Total raised£155.00



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