Never too young to check

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Christine Corker

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91 Complete
91% of £300.00 target

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In October I am jumping out of an aeroplane from 15,000 feet to raise awareness of Breast Cancer. (Note This has been re-arranged from May due to unexpected circumstances).

In November last year one of my relatives in her 80’s was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. A week later one of Louise’s best friends (and cousin-in-law) Tasha was also diagnosed at the tender age of 24. In 2011 Kev’s aunt Sylvia gained her angel wings when she was only early 60’s and breast cancer was a contributing factor. I miss her so much and always thought of her as my big sister and often sought her advice when raising my daughters as she was such a fabulous Mother. Consequently, I have decided to use the sky dive as an opportunity to support Breast Cancer charity.
Tasha went to the doctors after discovering a dimple on her breast. She was referred to the hospital as a non-urgent case due to her age of 24. She had to wait over 4 months to be told she had Breast Cancer. Tasha is ready for the fight to kick Cancer’s Ass and wants to promote the importance of checking your boobs no matter how old you are.
As part of her campaign to raise awareness check out the link to her TV interview.

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Linda Spence



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done and for a great cause x


Eva Davison



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Best of luck, Chris.


Patricia Gray



Good luck from Pat and Hanna


Adrienne Scorer



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck and a great cause !


Dawn Humble



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Such a great cause. Good luck Christine!🛫🙈x


Kelly Bruce



A wee sambuca will be waiting for you landing! Good luck xxx

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Breast cancer

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