Walk All Over Cancer
March 2018

Emily Walks All Over Cancer

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Emily Harper-Hemming

Total raised


+ £48.75 Gift Aid

132 Complete
132% of £200.00 target

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Walking for my Dad who passed away on 10th March 2011 from lung cancer.

In memory of

Keith (Mo) Hemming

21 Nov 1950 - 10 Mar 2011

March 10th 2011 was the date I lost my dad to lung cancer. After months of chemotherapy and treatment his cancer began to improve and he started to recover, but it suddenly took a bad turn and it didn't take long for it to take his life.
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to say goodbye to my dad and tell him I loved him before he passed but many aren't, and many shouldn't have too.
Cancer takes too many lives too soon every day and the thought of anyone going through the loss of a loved one to cancer absolutely breaks my heart and destroys me. Cancer research can help treat, prevent and hopefully cure cancer in the future, meaning less families and friends having to say goodbye too soon to their loved ones.
I will walk 10,000 steps every day in March, the month I lost my dad, in order to help raise money toward cancer research.
I have a target of £100, but I know anything I manage to raise will be a great help towards cancer research and I hope that you will help me reach my target and perhaps even raise more than what I'm aiming for!

Latest updates


Kieran Sheffi



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Carl Sheffield



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Nia Pugh



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Jordi Evans



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Vernon Nelson



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck.


Lauren Holmes



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go girl!!

Total raised£265.00



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