Walk All Over Cancer 2021
March 2021

Liz's Walk All Over Cancer Fundraising Page

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Elizabeth Crompton

Total raised


+ £268.75 Gift Aid

269 Complete
269% of £500.00 target

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I'm walking 10,000 steps every day this March for Cancer Research UK.

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This March I’m walking 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to help beat cancer. Help me Walk All Over Cancer and fund life-saving research by making a donation to my page.
As it has been impossible to continue fund raising through bridge events I decided to do this in March . I hope you will support the event as charities are suffering at this time through lack of fund raising.
If anyone out there would like to walk with me on one of the days email me and I 'll get back to you. In the meantime I hope you are well and surviving this pandemic. Bridge will be back, face to face. Andrew is booked for February 3rd 2022.

01 Walked to St. Albans (Roger picked me up.) 15,326 steps
02 Walked locally, Rothamsted Park , Southdown 15,548 steps
03 Walked locally Park to West Common over to East C 16,173 steps
04 Nicky line to Ox Lane, to river Lea, up Crabtree 15,526 steps
05 Over river Lea to Wheathampstead (picked up) 16038 steps
06 Walked from Redbourn Bakery home via East common 14,500 sts.
07 Walked locally( Shoe shop in town has my boots in sale) 14322sts.

Week 2 Very mixed weather from sunshine to storms
08 Walked part of the Nicky line then to Rothamsted 17, 303 steps
09 Walked to St Albans in brilliant sunshine, 16,034 steps
10 Trod the pavements, and got very wet Made up steps at home 13,335 steps,
11 Walked up and down the Nicky Line. Lovely to hear the children playing at lunch time (Roundwood ) 15,339 steps
12 Walked to Wheathampstead Very windy at times. 16,274 step
13 Nostalgic today. As I walked along Topstreet Way I thought of David Griffiths. I owe my love of bridge to him. 15,252 steps
14 Walked with Roger. Did the park and East Common the other way round. Saves getting bored! 13, 202 steps.

Week 3 Again mixed weather, paths are very muddy. but today I found the Lea Walk to Luton. Did part of it. Will do more tomorrow.
15 Wet, rather miserable and cold . Walked locally 12,050 steps
16 Walked to St. Albans with sun in my eyes all the way, Even this path had some very muddy bits. 14,395 steps
17 The paths in the park are also muddy. Never noticed before how windy it can be in the park. 13,726 steps
18 Avoided the showers as I plodded the pavements. 12,079 steps
19 Sunshine again! Walked into the town and Wheathampstead 19,000 steps.
20 Walked down Westfield Rd, along Coldharbour Lane. Made it up as I walked. 14,500 steps.
21. Did part of the Lea Walk towards Luton with Roger. Will do more tomorrow. 16,000 steps.

Week 4 Very mixed weather this week
22 Lea valley walk towards Luton. Unfortunately the second part goes past the Sewage works for most of the way. 18,920 steps.
23 Went to Redbourn and back on the Nickey Line 17,515 steps
24. Walked to St Albans. Lovely weather 17,821 steps.
25 Went with Roger to Nomansland. Love walking there. Have not done it for ages. 13,158 steps
26 Avoided the rain between the Nickey line and Lydekker 15,182 steps'
27 Lea valley walk .Too busy really at the weekend. 56th wedding anniversary today. Meal from" COOK" 13,175 steps
28 Windy and cold. Walked locally, included Rothamsted and Lydekker 13,320 steps

Week 5 Beautiful Spring Weather ( Long may it last)
29 Walked up and down the Nickey line with Roger. Lovely day 13,365 steps.
30 Walked to Wheathampstead. Beautiful day 14,828 steps.
31 Lovely walk to St. Albans. Met Roger and went to one of our oldest friends for coffee. What a lovely way to finish. 17, 050 steps

Latest updates


Elisabeth Anne Moore



Congratulations and well done!


Liz Robinson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done!


Graham Bull



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Liz


Jesse Weatherley



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Well don Liz !,


Jean Johnson



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done





+£12.50 Gift Aid

Good for you Liz, well done

Total raised£1,345.00



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