Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

Heather Walks All Over Cancer

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Heather Coultas

Total raised


+ £22.50 Gift Aid

114 Complete
114% of £100.00 target

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I’m walking 10,000 steps this March for Cancer Research UK, please support me

In memory of

My mum, Anita Briggs

29 Aug 1949 - 11 Jul 2016

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This March I’m walking 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to help beat cancer sooner. I never really understood how horrible cancer is until my mum waa diagnosed with ovarian cancer- yes... the silent killer! I sat by my mums side as she battled through endless chemotherapy sessions each lasting 7 hours long followed by weeks emptying sick buckets, mornings spent helping her get out of bed, washing her, dressing her, feeding what ever little thing that she wanted; usually jelly or Macaroni cheese. The pain I felt for her when she handed me that first clump of hair to holding her hand when she took her last breath- it was real, it was awful and it’s still happening! Help me Walk All Over Cancer and fund life-saving research by sponsoring me. Let’s beat this bitch!!

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Jodie Pask



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Deborah Firth



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You go girl! Amazing dedication and we admire you for what you’re doing xxx


Susan Yeadon



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck Heather, you are amazing x


Jayne Wilson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck, keep me updated xx


Kerry Campbell



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Lyn Edwardes



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Go for it Heather!! With you all the way and I know your mum will be cheering you on too. xx

Total raised£115.00



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