Shine London 2019 - Full Marathon
21 Sep 2019

Charlie-Jade's Giving Page

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Charlie-Jade Jones

Total raised


+ £65.00 Gift Aid

101 Complete
101% of £315.00 target

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I'm walking at Shine Night Walk to help beat cancer

In memory of

Paul Jones

26 Apr 1952 - 04 Sep 2012

In the summer of 2007 my Dad was diagnosed with what was a rare cancer; Oesophageal. The treatment for this was so new that Dad was a trial for the drugs and had surgery in France. It was said that if he made five years in remission there was a good chance of survival however four years later the cancer had returned and nine months later, Dad devastatingly passed away.

I am, (due to a knee injury which I sustained running a Half Marathon) - 'Power Walking' the Shine London Marathon both in Memory of my Dad what will be just over Seven years after his death and to raise money for the research and treatment of Oesophageal Cancer.

Please support me in this challenge - every penny and message of support helps.

Thank you - Love & Light to you all. X

Latest updates


Oliver Butterworth



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Rosanna Harris



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Huge congratulations on a great success 🥳 your Dad would be proud!
Love, Rosanna Xx


Amy Howard



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Charlie! So proud of you! Xxx


Grandma and Grandad



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Charlie-Jade
Lots of love Grandma and Grandad


Maddie Aitken



You’re doing amazingly, keep smashing it for a brilliant cause. Love you lots xoxo


Camilla Hutchinson



Good Luck Charlie. Love Ella and the Hutchinson family xx

Total raised£320.00



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Oesophageal cancer

Oesophageal cancer rates are rising in the UK, and it's one of the hardest cancers to treat. It’s the sixth most common cause of cancer death and survival rates are poor. Help fund one of Cancer Research UK's top priorities – finding ways to improve survival from the disease.