Walk All Over Cancer
March 2018

We’re Walking All Over Cancer

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Rebekka Jackson

Total raised


+ £133.75 Gift Aid

155 Complete
155% of £400.00 target

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Natalie, Cheryl, Rebekka and Courteney are beating cancer.

As many people may already know, in September 2017 I was diagnosed with Thyroid Cancer. Nothing prepares you for such a diagnosis, especially at the age of 21. I underwent surgery to remove my Thyroid as well as several of my lymph nodes as some were found to also be cancerous. I then had a round of RAI (a radioactive tablet) and was placed in isolation for 4 nights. Although my scan results showed it hadn’t spread to other parts of my body, I’m still unsure as to whether I need further treatment due to abnormal blood levels.

Myself and my wonderful sisters will be participating in Cancer Research’s 10,000 steps a day challenge in March. It’s so important to us to raise money to fund research to ensure we find a cure for cancer in the near future. If you would like to make a small donation to go to a life saving, amazing cause then please feel free to sponsor us.

10,000 steps a day is likely to be challenging, especially for me but I will complete this and push myself to do so!!

Latest updates


Natalie Jackson



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Proud of us xx


Pat Tamburrini



Well done girls x


Cheryl Jackson



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Emma Kennedy




Cheryl Jackson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Theresa Fensom



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well Done Girls xx

Total raised£620.00



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