Shine London 2019 - Full Marathon
21 Sep 2019

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Melissa's Giving Page

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Melissa Titheridge

Total raised


+ £229.00 Gift Aid

227 Complete
227% of £500.00 target

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I’m taking part in Shine Night Walk to help beat cancer

In January I lost one of my oldest and best friends to ovarian cancer. At 45 she was not only my amazing friend but a wonderful wife, mummy, daughter, sister and good friend to endless other people. Kirsty was inspirational, beautiful, clever, kind and funny. She would bring an element of fun to any outing, day or night - she was very special! With a group of friends and in memory of Kirsty and everyone else who has lost their fight with this terrible disease I will be doing the Cancer Research London Shine Night Walk Marathon (26 miles) on 21st September. I’m hoping to raise as much money as possible to help fund life saving research to hopefully one day find a cure. Anything you can spare would be very much appreciated. Thank you. ❤️

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Geraldine Irwin




Melissa Titheridge




Christine Buckle



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Great work! Well done Melissa x


Ruth Johnstom



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Well done Melissa! Great cause xx





+£2.50 Gift Aid

Stay awake Fiona! Good luck xx


Dawn Kiefer



Good Luck Melissa, such a great cause and Kirsty would be so proud of you for doing this xxx

Total raised£1,137.00



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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.