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Hundreds cross the Bay for CancerCare

L-R: Kerry Bowman, Danielle Henshaw, Adele Reid, Molly Reid, Libby Townley, Emma Butler, Clare Moorby, Elaine Howard, Archie Howard, Susanna Swanton, Holly Fryer and Jacob Fryer
L-R: Kerry Bowman, Danielle Henshaw, Adele Reid, Molly Reid, Libby Townley, Emma Butler, Clare Moorby, Elaine Howard, Archie Howard, Susanna Swanton, Holly Fryer and Jacob Fryer

HUNDREDS of people turned out this weekend to cross the Bay for CancerCare – raising £5,000 for the charity.

Queen’s Guide, Cedric Robinson, led 700 walkers across the sands – 250 of whom were walking for CancerCare.

DSC_0614Anna Jackson from CancerCare said: “It was a wonderful day with perfect weather, and the atmosphere was amazing.

“The money raised will go to help local families affected by cancer and other life limiting conditions.”

One team of walkers, colleagues from the Halifax in Kendal, raised over £1,000 in sponsorship for CancerCare.

Joanne, Sian, Sadie and Steph Spencer
Joanne, Sian, Sadie and Steph Spencer
Stuart and Carol Hunter
Stuart and Carol Hunter

CancerCare is a unique local charity dedicated to helping families affected by cancer across North Lancashire & South Lakeland, providing a wide range of free services including counselling, massage, and support for children and young people.

Cedric Robinson, the Queen’s Guide to the Sands, has been guiding people across the Bay for over 50 years.

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