Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

Charlie Walks All Over Cancer

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Charlie Hall

Total raised


+ £266.05 Gift Aid

589 Complete
589% of £200.00 target

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I’m walking 10,000 steps this March for Cancer Research UK, please support me

People are so scared of the word cancer. When my mum told me she had been diagnosed I geunily felt like my world was falling apart and could only think of the worst case scenario just from hearing that word. But due to the research and treatments available my mum has now started chemo and will soon start radiotherapy in the hopes of beating this thing! Don’t get me wrong I am still terrified and probably always will be but through fundraising like this it allows us to be a lot more optimistic.

So please donate as little or as much as you possibly can so we can carry on funding this research and hopefully keep raising the statistics of survivors!

Thankyou so much!!

Latest updates


Gina McLoughlin



+£5.80 Gift Aid

Just a little something extra from your mum's friends and colleagues at the CSU and CCG.


Gina McLoughlin



+£36.50 Gift Aid

Well done Charlie. An additional donation for your worthy cause. With love from all your mum's friends and colleagues at the CSU and CCG xx





+£2.50 Gift Aid

I’ve not been on Facebook much lately, so missed your wonderful charity fundraiser. I wish your mother a speedy recovery. Love Pip x





+£5.00 Gift Aid

Donation from Eileen Hall


Terry Hall



+£38.75 Gift Aid

Charles, you have made us so proud. This is to get you to the magical £1000.


Helen Redfern



Well done Charlie, you’re doing amazing! Send my love to your mum 🥰❤️

Total raised£1,179.20



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