Fighting to eradicate this Bad Boy

Fighting to eradicate this Bad Boy

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Paul Vennard

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This is in memory of Phyllis Parkhurst. Mother in law i didn't have the chance to meet.

In memory of

Phyllis Parkhurst

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This March I’m walking 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to help beat cancer sooner. Help me Walk All Over Cancer and fund life-saving research by sponsoring me. I never had the chance (Sorry close to) meet my mother in law Phyllis. But when she was close to passing over and in the hospital (Taggart at this point had not told her about me) she said tell me about Paul then. We were gobsmacked.
This is dedicated to my mother in law i never had the chance to meet. I do this out of personal respect.
But it's also for everyone out there that is fighting. A School friend of mine 'Kerry' has also gone through hell with this shit. But she is strong and carrying on fighting. Would never have reacquainted without the wonders of FB.
My brother in law Jason (and the rest of the family has also been hit by this).
We all have someone in our lives that this cruel horrendous cancer has affected.
Not had details back yet how to prove you do the Target. It doesnt start till March, But i shall investigate the best way to show you. Whether a pedometer or a (What's it called) bit fit. Fit bit, lol
But anything to do to beat this horrible cancerous killing machine has to be worth it.
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