Our big walk for Cancer Research

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Emma Dixon

Total raised


+ £10.00 Gift Aid

8 Complete
8% of £500.00 target

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I'm fundraising to raise money for Cancer Research UK in memory of everyone who have lost someone they love to cancer.

In memory of

Betsy Mason

Thank you for visiting my Fundraising Page. 10 years ago I lost my nana to cancer, this year Paul, Pepper and I are taking on a walking challenge to raise money to help fund life-saving research and to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

We're not known for our athleticism so this is a big deal for us and we didn't want to take this on without knowing we could do it. On Sunday 20 January, we climbed the 636m of Kinder Scout in Derbyshire and over 10 miles in fog, snow and ice. We lost our way a few times and it was a bit dramatic but we did it so are now committed to climbing over 3500 metres and cover over 40 miles across some of the UK's most popular walks:

Kinder Scout - 636m and 11 miles (Completed - Jan 2019)
Malham and Gordale Scar - 360m and 7.6 miles
Ingleborough - 600m and 6 miles
Scafell Pike or Helvellyn - approx. 950m and 8 miles
Snowdon - 1000m and 9 miles

We hope to achieve more and will keep this page updated to let you know how we get on and share some of our pics.

We really appreciate anything you would be happy to give and if you fancy joining us, you would be more than welcome!

Latest updates





+£2.50 Gift Aid

Rosemary Richardson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck in your remaining challenges


Ian Mooney



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£40.00



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