Peterborough 5k 2017
2 Jun 2017

Got My Big Girl Pants On

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Sue Hewick

Total raised


+ £26.25 Gift Aid

70 Complete
70% of £200.00 target

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I’m raising as much as I can to beat cancer

In memory of

Dad, Denise and Peter

Both Dad and Denise (my Stepmum) died from Esophageal cancer, it took them both very quickly. My brother, James, and I stood by helplessly and watched their rapid decline. I don't want another single person to have to watch their adored parent(s) die from cancer.

It also fills me with deep sadness that I am also running for a very highly thought of and respect past boss, Peter Tipton.

Please help me to achieve this by donating anything you can - every £1 will make a difference.

Donate to my page today and help bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

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Latest updates


Alan Hewick




Wendy Fendick



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Have a good run xxx





Such a worthwhile cause Sue...and one I know that's so close to your heart...Go girl!.... :) love Deb x


Net and Clive



+£6.25 Gift Aid

That's a lorra lorra steps! Good luck. Lots of love, Net and Clive xx


Philippa Edwards



Proud of you, they would be too :) xx


Anita Jarvis



Good luck Sue. You're doing an amazing thing. Big hugs. Love Anita xx

Total raised£140.00



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Oesophageal cancer

Oesophageal cancer rates are rising in the UK, and it's one of the hardest cancers to treat. It’s the sixth most common cause of cancer death and survival rates are poor. Help fund one of Cancer Research UK's top priorities – finding ways to improve survival from the disease.