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Fund Raisers from Eastcote to "Brew Together"

Fundraisers from Eastcote to Brew Together to stop people dying of bowel cancer
A group of friends from Eastcote and Ruislip are organising a Brew Together fundraising event on 12th October to raise funds for Bowel Cancer UK, to raise awareness to help save lives. The group are led by Gina Wallis, 60, who was diagnosed with bowel cancer last year.
Gina Wallis (pictured) said: “I had a Bowel tumour last year and was one of the lucky ones as it was caught early but i know so many are not so lucky. I would really like to raise awareness and highlight this Cancer as like all cancers if caught early enough can save lives and i would like to help raise money for research to help others.Let’s all help to kick this awful disease and try and make a difference to somebody even if only one person acts and gets checked this will make a difference but hopefully together we can help more than one person. There are so many people living with bowel cancer and that makes me want to help more.

Donations can be made to: bowelcanceruk.org.uk/donate
Bowel Cancer UK is calling on the nation toput the kettle on and host a Brew Together fundraising event from Monday 7 - Sunday 13 October, to raise money for Bowel Cancer UK.
Held at home, in a community hall or at work, it’s a chance to catch up with friends, family and colleagues over a cup of tea and make a donation to Bowel Cancer UK to help stop people dying of the disease.
Community Fundraising Manager for Bowel Cancer UK, Vicky Martin, said:"We are thrilled to have Gina Wallis and the team taking part in Brew Together and raising funds for the charity. For us, at Bowel Cancer UK, it means we can continue with our vital work of saving lives and improving the quality of life for everyone affected by bowel cancer.”
Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK and the second biggest cancer killer. Every year over 42,000 people are diagnosed with the diseaseand more than 16,000 people die from it. However bowel cancer is treatable and curable especially if diagnosed early.
Sign up today. Visit Bowel Cancer UK’s website to request a free fundraising pack: bowelcanceruk.org.uk/brewtogether
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