Walk All Over Cancer 2020
March 2020

Help me raise awareness of gynaelogical cancers

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Holly Daly

Total raised


+ £2.50 Gift Aid

23 Complete
23% of £150.00 target

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I'm walking 10-15,000 steps every day this March to raise awareness of gynaelogical cancers in younger people

In memory of

My Mum and Olive the Ovary

Last year I walked 20000 steps every day of March in memory of my mum who passed away on March 27th 2017 after a 4 week diagnosis of cervical cancer.

My target was £200 and I managed to raise £345 thanks to you lovely lot.

This year I am walking to raise awareness of gynaelogical cancers in younger people. I myself have had to have an ovary and fallopian tube removed due to ovarian cancer issues and am now facing the possibility of having a portion of my cervix removed after a dodgy looking examination and biopsy.

Cancer does not discriminate. It doesn't care how old you are and we need to stop being told that we are wasting Drs times by going to them with gynaelogical issues.

This year, even though my page says 10000 steps, I will be aiming for 15. I was contemplating pushing for 20000 steps again but I don't think I am physically well enough to handle that right now.

Please consider donating or sharing my page. Thank you. Xxx

Latest updates


Ellen Scheffers



You rock, Holly


Louis Strong



+£2.50 Gift Aid

You are incredible.


Becky Mowbray



You go girl. Sorry it’s a small amount but it’s all I could spare. Xx

Total raised£35.00



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