Walk All Over Cancer
March 2018

Debbie Walks All Over Cancer

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Debbie Collins

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+ £16.25 Gift Aid

130 Complete
130% of £50.00 target

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

so today is 1st day off walking 10000 steps a day. myself my mother angela and dave pearson are all taking part. i am doing it for my mum who was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2010. she had 1and bit of her kidneys removed.she fought it and so far she has beat it, but everyday her kidney she has left works extra hard to work. i would lile to give back and show my eternally greatful LOVE and support to this cause. without them id hate to think would of happened to my wonderful mother. dave pearson is also taking part as its close to his heart also. he is doing it for his sister and his father. and would like to show support to all research and staff who helped his sister and father. if anyone would like to sponser us we would be very greatful. i know its a tough time for everyone but every penny counts however large or small. and together we stand up to cancer and show it is not going to beat us.

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Becky Flowerdew



+£3.75 Gift Aid

Melanie Sorbie



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Debbie Collins


1st day and as everyone knows weather is terrible and unsafe. but this is not going to stop me. even if i have to set the wii up and do the step part on it i will get to 10000 steps today.(hopefully)


Morag Kinghorn



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck. Great cause.

Total raised£65.00



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