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Shine Cardiff 10k 2019
19 Oct 2019

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Kate Allen

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

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Kate Allen

2019-10-12T08:35:51+00:00

Every year I think I will put myself forward to run the Cardiff half marathon the following year, but in all honesty, I know I am not going to - so who am kidding? However, if I can walk 10k with a couple of mates, having a natter & bit of banter along the way, all for a worthy cause, then count me in! It’s no challenge compared to the amount of time, energy and commitment others devote to raising funds through Ironman competitions or hiking up the worlds highest mountains, or such like. I mean, the truth is, I couldn’t even manage Stoptober, but if cancer has affected you and your family, and you support the work Cancer Research does, and you would like to donate, it would be very much appreciated. Thank you.

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Ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cancer in UK women, with more than 130 women every week told that they have the disease. It is often not diagnosed until it has spread, making it harder to treat. Help Cancer Research UK find new ways to detect ovarian cancer earlier and find better treatments.