Coffee and Cake for Granny
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Whilst I grieve for my lovely Granny who lost her life to cancer, I want to help fight against it.
In memory of
Patricia Brown (Granny)
23rd Jul 1935 - 10th Jan 2017
Cancer is happening right now, which is why I’m hosting a Coffee Morning to raise money for Cancer Research UK. There’s no time to lose! Donate to my page today and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. Donating through this page is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with Cancer Research UK. My lovely Granny was diagnosed with late-stage cancer of the oesophagus in October 2016. The doctors said she had maybe 6 months, perhaps a year. In between Christmas and New Year 2016 she went back into hospital and deteriorated quickly. She lost her battle on the 10th January 2017. Watching her slip away to this disease was heartbreaking and my heart is still in pieces. My Granny was elderly, and to know that babies, children and adults who still have years and years of life ahead of them have to fight this terrible disease is just dumbfounding. It's heartbreaking to know that families are enduring this battle every day. My Granny was the most wonderful cook and baker. She just loved whipping up cakes and made the most lovely desserts. Why not have coffee and yummy cake and chats, all whilst raising money to help the fight against cancer. We can help save lives.
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