I’m doing the Shine Walk in memory of my gorgeous wife Sharon who sadly passed away from breast cancer in December, as well as for John, Jeremy, Aunty Francis, Aunty Jill, Grandma and all those others throughout the world who have also all been lost to, or suffering with this horrid disease. You can read more about mine and Sharon’s story and why I started Cancer Ninjas here.
The Shine Walk video on this page will give you an idea of what I will be doing, blinged in glow and flashing lights with over 110 Cancer Ninja friends and some 16,000+ other Shiners. It really will be an amazing emotional night and experience.
If you are taking part in Shine, thank you, but please do not sponsor me, as you have already kindly spent enough to join the event. That knocks out a load of people that might have donated to my efforts, so yikes, see how my fundrasing goes!!
Each year Cancer Research UK’s scientists get closer to beating cancer, and they’ve helped double survival rates in the last 40 years, but we can’t stop there. Only with our continued support can they turn this research into breakthroughs that save millions of lives.
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If you are interested to see how much the Cancer Ninjas Shine team overall has raised so far for this event, and who the other Cancer Ninjas taking part are, you can find out by visiting the Shine information page on this site. Just go to Large Sponsorship Events and then CRUK Shine London Walk.
Thank you so much.