Shine Night Walk - Half Marathon
23 Sep 2017

Freya & Clara's Cancer Fundraising

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Freya Burton

Total raised


+ £232.75 Gift Aid

150 Complete
150% of £650.00 target

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We are taking part in the Shine Night Walk for Cancer Research and helping to fund the fight!!!

We are best friends who want to fight against cancer especially Brain Tumours and Leukemia as we have had personal experiences and connections with both. We want to raise awareness for Brain Tumours as we believe it is currently extremely underfunded and that need to change. We have written an article for the BBC's School Report expressing our passion for helping to fund the fight and want to continue doing whatever possible to help win the battle over cancer.

Both of us have have had a close relative or a personal experience with cancer making it even more important to us. We have ran previous events in the past and raised over a £1000 pound so far and want to continue to raise more in the future.

Latest updates


Helen Millar



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Missing you. Can I say e you soon? I'm seeing metamorphosis on Wednesday, are you? Have an amazing walk! Xx


Paul Botton



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done - hope it was fun!


Rich, Sammy and Luke



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done, Rachel, Freya and are amazing. XXXX


Ben Gravell



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Dan Swana



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Good luck Freya!!





+£7.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Freya

Total raised£976.00



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Brain cancer

Each year in the UK, more than 9,400 people are diagnosed with tumours that start in the brain or elsewhere in the central nervous system. With more than 100 different types of brain tumour, donations can help Cancer Research UK find out what causes them and develop better treatments to improve the outlook for patients.