Manchester 5k 2019
14 Jul 2019

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Hannah Twigg

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Hannah Twigg

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I'm taking part in Race for Life to raise money to beat cancer

In memory of

Nanna win

As some of my family and friends will know, I sadly lost my Nanna September 7th due to cancer. She had previously had Lung cancer and it unfortunately came back, and this time it was final. I remember sitting in the car when my mum received a phone call from my auntie with the news that Nanna Win had 24hrs to live. A part of me folded. This was my first ever encounter with death and it’s crazy how life can change in an instant. The pain of loosing a loved one is indescribable, No one should have to go through that pain, stress and desperation. That’s why me and my family are doing this race for life to try and put an end to cancer and to help those in need of help. I just know if my nana could see me now she would be proud, I miss her so much. Every single day I wish I could hear her incredible impressions, I wish I could get her a 40 sips and most importantly I wish I could hug her and tell her how much I love and miss her. Loosing my Nanna broke my heart and I wish generations will not have to experience the effects of cancer. So this one is for you Nanna my beautiful lady ❤️

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