Shine London 2019 - Half Marathon
21 - 22 Sep 2019

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Julie De Lattre

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I'm walking at Shine Night Walk to help beat cancer

In September a few of us will be taking part in a semi marathon ’’ The shine night walk’’ for our dear friends Caroline and Benjamjn Ronsseray, in support of their gorgeous 3-year old son, Gaspard and his family.

6 months ago, Gaspard was diagnosed with a stage 3 Rhabdomyosarcoma located in his pelvis. This soft tissue cancer affects less than 60 children in the UK every year. Since then, Gaspard and his family have undertaken an incredibly hard journey to win the battle which so far has included 9 rounds of chemo as well as 6 weeks of Protom B therapy, a special radiation treatment that uses protoms, rather than X ray, to improve targeting and spare organs surrounding the tumour.

That night, we will be walking in support of Gaspard's journey, his family, the medical teams surrounding them as well as a few of our loved ones who have also been impacted by rare forms of cancer.

Please help us raise awareness around this important cause by sharing this or make a donation on our marathon's page. Any contribution can help!

Go TIGER!!!!

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Heulwen Keyte



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Pierre alexandre MARIE




James Wright



+£37.50 Gift Aid

jeremy holgersen







Hope it helps!


Candi Staton&Cassandra Hightower



We are rooting for you Gaspard! We know first hand the destruction of this horrific disease and our prayers are with you! Good job Jules & Julie!

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