Shine London 2020 - Full Marathon
26 Sep 2020

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Sara Aston

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I'm walking at Shine Night Walk to help beat cancer

In memory of

Angela Wilkins

Angela Wilkins: Mum to one of my most special friends. Sheree Wilkins and I went to school together and learning that Sheree's mum passed away (in November 2019) was a realisation of how precious life is and how precious family is. In the October Angela was diagnosed with Cancer after finding a lump. The lump spread to her bones, liver, lungs & kidneys. 6 weeks later she passed away, leaving her beautiful family behind. My fondest memory of Angela was when she was a member of Sheree's dancing class and I remember thinking gosh she's got some moves...Well now I will be moving; walking a marathon through the night in memory of this fabulous sparkly woman. I am blessed to be healthy so if I can embrace my health in this all night challenge in memory of Angela, I am going to stride my wobbly bottom and walk with strength and motivation. Please sponsor me guys so we can continue to contribute to helping find the cure for this disease. Dear Sheree & family, from the bottom of my heart I am proud to be doing this for your Angela and I hope in time the pain from losing her will not feel so bad and all your thoughts will be lovely, funny and jiggly memories. Love Sara xx

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