Cancer Research UK is an amazing charity that is so important to me. Cancer has affected my family for years now and research into potential cures has therefore become increasingly significant to us. After raising £230 for the fab cause back in January when I completed the Dryathlon, I decided to join forces with Barrow… Continue reading Cleaning Up Cancer at the Race for Life Pretty Muddy in Blackpool
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My Boogie Bounce Charity Night for Alice’s Escapes
The fabulous charity Alice's Escapes is the legacy of 17-year-old Alice Pyne, who fought a brave battle against Hodgkin's lymphoma and sadly passed away with her family at her bedside in 2013. Alice won the hearts of the nation through her courageous approach to her impending death, demonstrated through the medium of her online blog… Continue reading My Boogie Bounce Charity Night for Alice’s Escapes
My ‘Be Bold in Blue’ Party for the MS Trust
Throughout Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week (24th-30th April), I learned more about MS itself, the MS Trust charity and took part in the 'Be Bold in Blue' campaign. On Friday 28th April, I hosted a Blue Party in my house. Darren and I dressed entirely in blue with our MS Trust t-shirts on, bought blue snacks,… Continue reading My ‘Be Bold in Blue’ Party for the MS Trust
My ‘Sock It To Eating Disorders’ Party for BEAT!
On Friday 3rd March 2017, Beat (The UK’s Eating Disorder Charity) held a ‘Sock It to Eating Disorders’ Day and so I hosted a fundraising event in my house. My other half and I dressed in our Beat t-shirts along with our silly socks and got ready to party with our lovely friends. We decorated… Continue reading My ‘Sock It To Eating Disorders’ Party for BEAT!
My ‘Fizzy Friday’ for The British Heart Foundation
On 3rd February 2017, I hosted a Fizzy Friday event at my house in aid of The British Heart Foundation. I wore my red BHF jumper and decorated my kitchen with BHF merchandise - some red and white bunting, way too many red balloons and as many other heart themed things that I could find.… Continue reading My ‘Fizzy Friday’ for The British Heart Foundation