Peak District Hike
2 Oct 2021

The Hesketh's Hike 2021

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Eve Hesketh

Total raised


+ £458.69 Gift Aid

141 Complete
141% of £1,500.00 target

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This October, we're doing a hike across The Peak District to raise money for Cancer Research UK!

Every year millions of people across the world are affected by Cancer in some way or another and in the last 10 months, our family has been no exception.

Research cannot be put on hold whilst the COVID pandemic runs its course, and now we are on a brighter path, as a family, we wanted a challenge to do together whilst raising money for charity.

Therefore, on the 2nd October, 9 of us and 2 furry-friends will embark on a challenge to complete a hike across the Peak District. We do this in memory of the numerous family members and friends who sadly lost their battle against cancer, as well as the inspirational cancer survivors close to our hearts.

However, we need you! Please donate as much or as little as you can, and help us support a charity that has been so close to our hearts over the last year.

With your support, the money we raise will help fund life-saving research and to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. To find out more about how your money makes a difference, visit the Cancer Research UK Website:

Latest updates


Jo Smith



Well done all of you! Love you Hesky 🥰 Xx


James Peel



+£6.25 Gift Aid

Way to go Eve, a great effort!


Wendy Glenister



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done x


Ian David Williams



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done guys , proud of you all


Thenuga Rajeswaran







+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done x

Total raised£2,119.75



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