Portsmouth 5k 2019
7 Jul 2019

Chelsea's Race for Life

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Chelsea Kimber

Total raised


+ £8.75 Gift Aid


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

In memory of


Cancer struck the most amazing woman I have ever met in my life. My beautiful Nan who passed away peacefully in December 2016. My Nan first had breast cancer in the early 80s, after going through intense radiotherapy and a full mastectomy she managed to survive this gruesome disease and defy the odds. In the early 90s cancer struck this beautiful woman again..this time Cervical Cancer, but nevertheless she put up a fight and beat it oncemore. Finally in 2015 she was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia aswell as Bone Cancer, only this time there was nothing more the NHS could do to save this incredible woman. Unfortunately it was now a case of making her last bit of time on this Earth comfortable. My Nan gave up her fight on Friday 16th December 2016 and left us all absolutely heartbroken, but it wasnt Cancer that beat her... she beat it! Four time its attacked her and four times she refused to allow it to take her, instead it was her heart that could take no more.

Together we can raise enough money in hope that others can fight the same fight my Nan put up, and one day itll be us taking Cancer away..not Cancer taking us. xx

Latest updates


Michael Kimber



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck baby i love you <3 xxx


Connor Parker




Emma Jervis




Mrs J Howe



Good Luck Chelsea


Craig King



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Good Luck Chelsea :)


Lewis Clarke



Total raised£125.00



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