Walk All Over Cancer 2021
March 2021

‘March for Jim’ - Join us (Jim’s family) as we join the 10,000 steps a day challenge!

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Louise Shelley

Total raised


+ £1,136.25 Gift Aid

130 Complete
130% of £4,000.00 target

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We’re walking 10,000 steps, every day, in March, for Jim and Cancer Research UK.

Jim and Lynda have always had an open door, open heart policy; however, we can’t help thinking that the extent of their hospitality has gone too far this time: Jim’s currently hosting an unexpected (and, quite frankly, very challenging) visitor...

So...Jim’s family has decided that we’d like to put on our trainers/walking boots/wellies and walk, every day, in March, to show our support for him and the amazing work of Cancer Research.

Anyone (and everyone) is warmly welcome to join us! If you don’t fancy the full 10,000 steps a day, just do what you can and/or give what you can! Combined step tallies work just as well :). Hopefully, it’ll just be a great excuse to get us all out each day, in March, for a spring walk (no matter how short or far!). The more, the merrier!

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Latest updates


Sara Dunlop



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Congratulations Lou - for walking 10,000 steps. And to all the Shelley family that has marched for Jim!


Fritha Saunders



+£7.50 Gift Aid

Well done Lou and family x


Tarryn Peters







+£62.50 Gift Aid

with every good wish to you, Jim, and to Linda


Glenys George




christopher and laura marsh



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Well done to all the extended McCarthy family, sore feet but happy hearts ?

Total raised£5,225.00



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