Walk All Over Cancer
March 2018

Cherry Walks All Over Cancer

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Cherry Nolte

Total raised


+ £65.00 Gift Aid


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We need more cancer research to PREVENT this disease developing, not simply TREAT it after the fact.

In memory of

My sister Mary

In the spring of 2017, during a routine mammogram, I was diagnosed with fast-moving breast cancer. I underwent surgery and radiotherapy and so far I've been 'lucky' - no detectable signs of cancer at the moment. Friends and family have not been so lucky - my beloved younger sister Mary went through all the treatments available but they could not save her life, and now Aylin and Cara (and Jean and Pauline and far too many others) are struggling with metastaces which threaten the quality and quantity of their lives. Too many of us are hurting and dying, and treatments, important though they are, are not enough. We need to concentrate on research to establish WHY cancerous cells occur, to avoid their birth and their growth. This is WHY I AM WALKING ALL OVER CANCER. If I can do it with arthritis and a prosthetic hip and knee (and I'm no spring chicken) then perhaps you too can walk or donate - because it's so important. And you don't need to spend much. Every pound counts. Will you join me ?

Latest updates


Sarah Martin



Well done on a month of fantastic effort!!


Jean Young




From Laura and Betta




Kima Bel




Diane Thompson




emma rault



Congratulations Cherry xxx

Total raised£1,020.00



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