Walk All Over Cancer
March 2021

Megan Walks All Over Cancer

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Megan Bailey

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I’m walking 10,000 steps every day for a month for Cancer Research UK, please support me.

In memory of

Annie Bailey

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page.

After being inspired by some lovely family members, I’ve decided to step up (LITERALLY) to the challenge of walking 10,000 steps every day throughout the month of March to help beat cancer sooner.

I'll be practically doubling and in some cases tripling my daily step count after a pretty lazy lockdown 3 and have quickly realised 10,000 steps is actually SO MANY - so queue lots of walks, runs and kitchen discos. If I don't hit my step count, I'll be paying a fine which I'll donate on this page.

The pandemic has caused all sorts of problems for both cancer services and research funding so this is me doing my little bit to help out. And its not just me, so many of my Cancer Research UK colleagues are also taking up the mantle of getting our steps on this month!

So family, friends and all who know me, please help me Walk All Over Cancer and fund life-saving research by sponsoring me. The money we raise together really will make more of a difference now than ever before! Thank you! xxx

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Nice to have a walking buddy today! ❤️ Day 5 - tick!

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4 days = 42,569 steps. Whaaaaat?! Safe to say my legs are feeling it 😆

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