A mix of gym and walking
September 2019

Tubby schnauzer mum beats the odds

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Clare Charlton

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In memory of

Brian Tweed and Bill Brown

Thanks for taking the time to visit my fundraising page.
Cancer is happening right now, which is why I’m fundraising right now for Cancer Research UK. There’s no time to lose!
Donate to my page today and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

You all know I lost my father and grand father to prostate cancer. Which sucks.

What many don’t know is that three years ago I was diagnosed with a potential brain tumour. Ok it wasn’t one but it was horrid. Sitting in an oncologists office waiting to see him at some specialist unit, the consultant you respected for diagnosing fibro saying he didn’t know and that look, that look that says “I can’t help you and I’m sorry”, and then the testing, so many tests. I was lucky, it’s not cancer, but it scared the hell out of me. I’ve never felt so alone and scared.

Down the line I still don’t have a diagnosis but I know fibromyalgia is still there. I am fighting that and this benign pituitary tumour to get fit, loose weight and feel better- so give me a boost, donate today :) even a come on cheered at me. Every day doing something. Yikes!!!!

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