Shine London 2020 - Full Marathon
26 Sep 2020

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Emma Hutchinson

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I'm walking at Shine Night Walk to help beat cancer

In memory of

Nigel Plimmer

Big Nige was my dads best friend and brother in arms.
Fortunately for me it was like having another uncle looking out for me :)
Nige became ill toward the end of 2018 and was diagnosed in the November with Pancreatic cancer - but it was fine, he Was determined to fight the disease! He was so strong and so positive. But things changed, the cancer had spread and treatment options were slimmed down - most as much as Nige himself had!
Focuses changed and the priority was getting married to Kirsten in February 2019 and a beautiful day it was too!
Sadly, by March Nige was unable to keep fighting, cancer had worn him down and he went to sleep on 15th March 2019.

Please help us raise money to help find the cure so that other families don’t have to face this heartbreak xx

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