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Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

Lisa Walks All Over Cancer

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Lisa Bailey

Total raised

£1,421.00

+ £165.00 Gift Aid

177 Complete
177% of £800.00 target
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I've walked 10,000 steps daily this March for Cancer Research UK, it's not too late to help support me in honour of someone close to you.

In memory of

Dad, Niko, Uncle Bill Blackie, and too many others... and for Patricia, who's FIGHTING BACK NOW!

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This March I’m walking 10,000 steps a day throughout the month to help beat cancer sooner. If you know someone bravely fighting NOW, as my (our) niece Patricia is doing, or have lost friends or family to cancer in the past, as I know many of us have, then please; Help me Walk All Over Cancer and fund life-saving research by sponsoring me.

Latest updates

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Lisa Bailey

2019-04-09T06:28:58+00:00

Yay!!! Thanks to our most recent sponsors from UK, Hawaii and France respectively there’s now £1421 plus £165 in UK Gift Aid donated to Cancer Research. THANK YOU everyone who has donated!!! It’s been great to have your support for the March project. Wishing you all the very best. Here are some roses I passed in the village yesterday! I had to take the photo as proof that I wasn’t imagining things! All mine are still in tight buds! 😘

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Pam Neill

2019-04-08T07:03:22+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well dine Lisa. Good job. Xx

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Jeremy brett Thompson

2019-04-08T05:51:27+00:00

£20.00

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Lisa Bailey

2019-04-07T22:09:55+00:00

APRIL 7th; Just 3 days left till I close the giving page after a fantastic response from so many of you. Thank you to Mike for jumping aboard most recently! It's finally started to rain a bit here - but I continue to stay dry, mostly! After a couple of slack days, I have continued to walk at least 10k steps daily March turned into April. It's fun to see how much greenery and spring flowers have sprouted over the past 5 weeks as I revisit some of the walks and discover others. That said, we had snow down to a low level last night which made for a lovely view over the mountains this morning - as well as a little nip in the air. They say that "if it rains on the 3rd of April, it will rain all month" (s'il pleut le trois il pleura tout le mois} . And it seems to be heading that way - but not terrible chilly so no complaints. The flowers love it! I added a few more photos at the end of the gallery today. Happy `Spring everyone! (and Happy Autumn to those Down Under 🙃)

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Mike Mociun

2019-04-05T07:47:19+00:00

£50.00

Good cause Lisa...

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Lisa Bailey

2019-04-01T20:01:02+00:00

APRIL 1st No April Fools here! £1.6 million was raised people Walking Over Cancer! And WE did pretty well I reckon! The impressive list of 32 sponsors became 33 today as Cathrine jumped aboard. Thanks to you all! 🏅 Anyone else now that you know that I really did walk, on average, 11742 steps daily during March as promised? I'll keep walking the steps this week in good faith till I close the page on 7/4. Every penny makes a difference;
£ 5
Buys essential chemicals for research labs.
These are the bread and butter of day-to-day experiments & research.
£ 15
Helps tackle early diagnosis & prevention
This could cover the cost of someone seeking health information from mobile awareness units. You'd be helping them to reduce their risk of cancer by encouraging them to visit the doctor early with any concerns.
£ 30
Improves treatments for patients and covers the cost of a day's clinical trial to stop the disease recurring after surgery.

Total raised£1,421.00

Online£1,421.00

Offline£0.00

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