Walk All Over Cancer
March 2018

Emma Walks All Over Cancer

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Emma Karoune

Total raised


+ £42.50 Gift Aid

52 Complete
52% of £500.00 target

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

In memory of

My mum and also my dear friend Alison.

I am doing all this walking in the memory of two great women, my mum Lesley and my dear friend Alison. Both were great fighters but unfortunately succumbed to cancer. Both loved a good walk and a good coffee shop along the way so hopefully I can do a bit of that during the month of March.

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Emma Karoune


I'm still going strong this week with the walking. I am trying to fit in a bit of extra walking where ever I go.
I am averaging about 11,000 a day for this week so far. I had a few days that were about 8,000 but I did lots of extra walking yesterday and did 16,578.

Please keep donating, especially the southern branch of the Harvey family!!! Hint hint!!!


Neville and Marie Nesbitt




Tony Nesbitt



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Emma Karoune


Going strong today -11679 steps. Been on training course in London so walking to and from station and also an extra walk along hotel corridors in lunch break!
Thanks for all the donations coming in!


Peter Harvey



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Great cause thar you are supporting. Hope it goes well.
Peter & Judith


Rona Morton



Good Luck Emma, I think of Lesley often xxx

Total raised£260.00



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