Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

Jonathan Walks All Over Cancer

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Jonathan Bartlett

Total raised


+ £170.00 Gift Aid

100 Complete
100% of £1,000.00 target

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4 and a bit years ago my wife contracted Triple Negative Breast cancer. I’m walking 10,000 steps this March for Cancer Research UK, please support me to help beat cancer sooner

In memory of

Joanna Bartlett

11 Oct 1977 - 08 Mar 2019

My wife Jo had triple negative Breast cancer which she fought for the best part of four and half years before she left us on the 8th March 2019. This type of cancer currently has no cure or known help from any sort or combination of drugs. Jo has raised amazing amounts of money for cancer charities I am going to walk to make sure more is raised to help fight this disease.

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Paul Hobson



All the best Jonathan


Philippa, Mark and Amelie



With our love


Pauline March



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Such a great cause So sorry for your loss Pauline


jenny buhler



+£5.00 Gift Aid

love the buhlers xx

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Jonathan Bartlett


Well it’s been a long 31 days, in which we sadly lost Jo after her 4 and half year fight against this disease and during the last month so many of you have helped contribute towards my £1,000 total and I cannot thank you all enough for giving so generously towards it during this difficult time. 10,000 steps a day complete!

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Total raised£1,000.00



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