Manchester Tough 10 2018
10 Nov 2018

Gemma's Giving Page

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Gemma Evans

Total raised


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

40 Complete
40% of £200.00 target

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I'm taking part in Cancer Research UK's Tough 10 to raise money to beat cancer sooner

In memory of

Babs Griffiths ( nan)

09 Oct 1938 - 08 May 2017

I am doing this run in memory of my beautiful Nana Babs who we lost suddenly to cancer last year. She has left a big whole in our lives and hearts. As a family we help one another to keep her memory alive. She was so very precious to us all. We miss the simple things like her ham buttys, beef stew and her comfy sofa when we were poorly.
She was taken into hospital early morning end of April 2017 and had a scan the morning after. No one could be prepared for the news given to us following her scan. Cancer had ravaged her body. She decided she wanted to go home with her family around her. Throughout the week my mum, auntie and uncle nursed my lovely nana whilst all grandchildren and friends called in to talk to her and give her a kiss. On the 7th day my wonderful Nana Babs took her final breath and joined all the other angels in heaven.
We need to raise as much awareness as possible. If you can please donate to my just giving page and let’s stand together and kick cancer in the arse. Thank you so much for reading my story.. Gemma xx

Latest updates


Rob Moore



Good luck you no your nan will be so proud of you


Katy Boothby



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Gemma xxxx❤️❤️


Lynn Evans




Steven Roberts



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£80.00



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