Walk All Over Cancer
March 2019

Rachael Walks All Over Cancer

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Rachael Hanson

Total raised


+ £15.25 Gift Aid

24 Complete
24% of £250.00 target

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I’m walking 10,000 steps this March for Cancer Research UK, please support me

In memory of

Uncle John.

I know you will all see my justgiving page link, and most likely think.... another one 🙄 and just keep scrolling past. But please, please ... take a minute to read why I am asking you donate towards Cancer Research.

As many of you will probably know, Cancer is a cruel, and horrid disease, that is becoming more common. Some of you who I know have fought it. And there are some of you who have lost loved ones, much like myself.

Sadly, my truly wonderful, brave and inspiring Uncle John passed away very unexpectedly this Christmas. And he fought Cancer with everything he had. Over 15years, he saw it off the bowels, lungs and brain. He was beyond incredible and just kept fighting.

This bloody cruel disease took my Nana Jennie, Uncle Ken and Grandad Tom some years ago. It has recently reared its damned ugly head in my Mum as Melanoma. And in my Dad in his prostate.

I am pledging to walk 10k steps everyday... in both February and March. And Come July, you will see me hike 26miles from Alnwick Castle to Bamburgh Castle.... all in aid of raising money for Cancer Research and Macmillan Support.

So please... even if it’s only £1 or 50p. Anything will be greatly appreciated 💖

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Charlotte Huscroft



+£5.25 Gift Aid

Jill Hanson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Jennifer Unsworth



+£5.00 Gift Aid


Total raised£61.00



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