Tutu wearing walk from Hastings to Bexhill!
I'm Kay a mummy of twintastic little boys, Nicholas & Maximos. Last year August our lives were tipped upside down after I found a small lump and was given the devastating news that I had stage 1 grade 2 ER+/PR+ invasive ductal breast cancer. After further testing 2 more tumors were discovered, both were at the same stage and grade which came as a double blow.
I was referred to Professor Justin Stebbing and his team who looked after me so well, I completed 6 months of chemo, I lost all my hair, eyebrows and eyelashes too but I am happy to say I am on the mend and feeling so positive about the future after being given the all-clear from my recent PET-CT Scan.
As a thank-you to Professor Stebbing and his amazing team, I organised a charity walk from Hastings to Bexhill (6.8 miles) which myself, family, friends and my lovely 6 year old niece Molly completed on the 16 th July 2016, we all had such a fun day, dressed in our tutu’s on a mission to raise money and awareness, the weather was very kind, the sun was out and we all got a bit of a tan which was a bonus!
We carried Action Against Cancer buckets and the good people of Hastings to Bexhill donated generously. So far we have raised an amazing £1,911.25 (with gift aid), the fundraising page is still open until the 15 th October 2016 so please feel free to donate!Back to 'News and Events' main menu