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I want people in Gosforth to come together to beat cancer

Hi, I’m Hilary Harrison,

I live in Gosforth, I’m a breast cancer survivor and I’m looking for your help so that this community can do something amazing.

Friends, families, workmates - maybe even you. Most of us will have been touched by cancer in one way or another. Eleven years ago, treatment developed as a result of groundbreaking research saved my life. But with 200 different cancers, there’s still SO much to do.

Researchers are working just two miles from Gosforth to help more families have more precious time together, and to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
It’s life-saving work, right here, right on the edge of the Town Moor.

You might be surprised to learn that Cancer Research UK receives no government funding for this research. It costs almost £5 million each year to fund the labs in Newcastle. I don’t work for the charity, I’m just an ordinary person who’s volunteering to support their work by forming a fundraising community , and I’d love you to join me.

Live in Gosforth and thinking of fundraising for Cancer Research UK? Let's do it together and really make a difference.

We’ll fundraise. | We’ll have fun. | We’ll definitely eat cake!

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