Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

Emma Walks All Over Cancer

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Emma Binns-Hall

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+ £41.25 Gift Aid

165 Complete
165% of £100.00 target

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I’m walking 10,000 steps this March for Cancer Research UK. Let's have fun, get fit and fight cancer xx

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Hi guys. Me and my niece are doing 10,000 steps a day for the whole of March. Alicia was diagnosed in 2007 with a Glioma brain tumour. She underwent chemotherapy and operations to treat the tumour but in 2010 we were told the chemo wasnt working well and so it was decided the best treatment for her was Proton therapy in America. We travelled out there and she had 8 weeks of daily radiotherapy. At times she was so ill and went through so much but she got through it and was always so happy and brave. Now 9 years on the tumour is stable and she is a happy young lady with only mild health problems from the treatments. Now we have decided to give something back to the services and staff that helped us all so much back then and so together me and Alicia are gona do the March walk all over cancer challenge. At the end of March i will upload a picture of our fitbits each day to prove we have done the challenge. I haven't fully completed the page yet so bear with me. We will be thankful for any donation big or small to help us help this amazing cause.

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Auntie Jackie



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Brilliant achievement well done to you both xx





+£10.00 Gift Aid

From all at under 11s football team


Ma. Liza Fajardo



+£1.25 Gift Aid




+£5.00 Gift Aid




+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done


Sarah Hunter



+£1.25 Gift Aid

Total raised£165.00



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