Camilla's Race for Life
+ £213.75 Gift Aid
Sun 7 Jul 2019 - Sun 7 Jul 2019
Chester 5k 2019
In memory of
Kate McIver and all of our clients, friends and family who have been affected by cancer
As most of you will know, in March this year we lost our friend and colleague Kate McIver to breast cancer aged just 31. Not only that but a number of our clients, friends and family have experienced the devastating effects cancer can have. Our beautiful client Danielle lost her brave and sassy sister Nicola just before Christmas, leaving 2 small children behind. Not to mention our gorgeous friend and client Joanne who lost her wonderful husband Jonny just a few months ago, and our kind and courageous colleague and friend Susan who lost her beautiful mum suddenly, just over a year ago. We could go on and on about the many people in our lives who have experienced first hand just how awful this disease can be. But it’s 2019 and we can open our cars without a key, turn the lights on at home from our mobile phones and ask a speaker in our home to search google or play our favourite song! So we MUST find a cure for this. On 7th July this year, team Camilla Rose (Camilla, Jen McCrindle, Hanna Robinson, Hannah Smith, Susan Kitchen and her daughter Tilly) will be doing the Race For Life in memory of Kate and all of the other amazing people we know who have let us or are bravely battling cancer. And for those waking up every day without a loved one. LETS BEAT THIS!!
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