Shine Walk Your Way
26 Sep 2020

Deirdre's Shine Walk Your Way

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Deirdre Robinson

Total raised


+ £186.55 Gift Aid

155 Complete
155% of £500.00 target

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I'm taking part in the Shine Walk Your Way to help beat cancer

Instead of doing my usual "Shine Night Walk" on the 26th September, 2020, I'll be doing my marathon walk on the same date but it will be called "Shine Walk Your Way" and it will all be done around my local area.
Its been a tough year with Covid and devastating for many people. Cancer Research have helped hugely with the fight on Covid, but they have sadly lost millions of pounds in donations for cancer research itself because so many events had to be cancelled. Please help me raise whatever we can to ensure research continues so we can try to beat this terrible disease. My walk this year is in aid of research itself and will be used for whatever is the most relevant cancer research being done at this moment. Whatever you wish to donate will be truly appreciated by me and by Cancer Research. Thank you everyone.

Hi everyone, I did it!!!! A huge thank you to everyone who supported me and donated to this hugely worthy cause. Your contributions inspired me on the day. Thank you.

Latest updates


Chris Kemp



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Dee. Chris


Malcolm Samphier



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Well done Dee! Another milestone (or 26 of them) and sore feet along the way.


Anthony Robinson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Dee. Tony and Sue


Karen and Bruce



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Best wishes Dee.
Karen and Bruce





+£1.25 Gift Aid

Best wishes Dee. From Angela





Total raised£776.20



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