updated 20.08.11

                                            Fayes Wish

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                  ' The brightest stars burn for the shortest time '

Faye Proudlove, aged 14yrs was a bright, outgoing, fun girl who loved life and lived it to the full despite battling courageously with her illness for 6 years. Our tenacious little superstar went to join the angels on the 19 October 2010, her spirit was as ever strong to the end, but her body was weak, having endured years of chemotherapy, months of radiotherapy and extensive major surgery.


The manner in which Faye faced her plight has left its mark on everybody who knew or met her. Even those who didn’t know her but heard about her determination & character were touched and inspired by her.

‘Faye’s Wish’ was that cancer researchers could find a cure, control or vaccine for the tumour she had which was called an ‘embryonic rhabdomyosarcoma’. 

This cruel tumour is extremely aggressive and is the most common type of sarcoma found in the soft tissues of children. Faye didn’t want other children to go through what she had to endure, first losing one eye then another before the tumour continued its relentless march into her brain.

There are very few people currently researching this type of tumour in the UK.

Dr Louis Chesler is working to develop new drugs for children suffering from cancers that respond poorly to existing treatment, including the muscle cancer rhabdomyosarcoma. He leads the Neuroblastoma Drug Development Team within the Institute for Cancer Research Section of Paediatric Oncology at the Royal Marsden Hospital. 

Our aim is to support his work by raising as much money as possible through a variety of different events in order to bring ‘Fayes Wish’ to life.

Thanks for taking the time to visit our JustGiving page.

Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the actual amount raised with gift aid inc. 

Raising money for

The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR)

The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR)

Charity Registration No. exempt charity status

Tragically, 1 in 3 of us will develop cancer in our lifetime. And even if we are not directly affected, almost all of us will be moved by the pain and suffering cancer causes to a relative or friend. Our mission is to make the discoveries that defeat cancer.

Donations 730

Well done Toby on your Chill Factor ski of Everest! Really proud of you!! Lots of love from Leanne and Adam xxxx

Donation by Leanne Proudlove on 02/09/12


+ £2.50 Gift Aid

Well done in your ski down Everest Toby. Love Uncle Andrew, Elaine and Alexander xxx

Donation by Andrew Proudlove on 01/09/12


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

in memory of faye on the 7/09 and thinking of you all doing the great walk 14/09 love lee and helen x

Donation by lee blissett on 01/09/12


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

Well done Toby, love the McAughtrie's in new cumnock x

Donation by Karen McAughtrie on 31/08/12


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

A huge thank you to the Parents Association at Forest School, Timperley. xxx

Donation by Forest School Parents Assocation on 29/08/12


+ £375.00 Gift Aid

Well done on your Ski run Toby! xxx

Donation by Katie Proudlove on 28/08/12


+ £1.25 Gift Aid

Congratulations Toby on completing your skiing challenge.

Donation by karen snowden on 25/08/12



Donation by Scott McAughtrie on 09/08/12


+ £20.00 Gift Aid

A big thank you to Brittany and everyone that sponsored her for the walk to celebrate Faye's birthday. xxx

Donation by Brittany Baddiley on 29/07/12


I've just donated £152 from money raised at a Pro Wrestling Event held in Chorlton for friends and family of GMP staff.

Donation by Damon Bradley on 26/07/12


+ £38.00 Gift Aid

Huge thanks to Carol Morris from Affetside Kennels & everyone who supported her fashion show at Walshaw Sports club x

Donation by Mark Proudlove on 19/07/12


+ £137.00 Gift Aid

Donation by Stretford Admin on 19/07/12


+ £2.50 Gift Aid


Donation by JILL McAughtrie on 16/07/12


+ £12.50 Gift Aid

Found on the street by Joanne Sutcliffe and put to a good cause.

Donation by Anonymous on 04/07/12


+ £1.25 Gift Aid

Donated by Ron Holden

Donation by Katy Preston on 04/07/12


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

Charlotte sold teddies at the school summer fair which her grandma had knitted.

Donation by Andy Marsh on 01/07/12


+ £26.00 Gift Aid

Donation by lee blissett on 25/06/12


+ £1.25 Gift Aid

big thanks to everyone who sponsored Helen Blissett who completed the manchester marathon and raised in total £827.45 well done Helenx

Donation by lee blissett on 25/06/12


+ £111.75 Gift Aid

Huge Thanks to all the customers for the generous donations and to Simon,Tracey and Sandra for your continued support.From all at Faye's Wish x

Donation by Fresh Farm Foods,Timperley on 24/06/12


A touching donation from an idea by year 10 girls at Altrincham Girls Grammar School & raised by the school through year 11 charity committee.

Donation by Grateful thanks from Fayes Wish x on 13/06/12


Grateful thanks to all who gave their used clothing etc & to WH TRACEY at Bury who looked after us so brilliantly once again. Thanks !! x

Donation by Mark Proudlove on 13/06/12


+ £56.25 Gift Aid

Very best wishes from Speedy Services

Donation by Speedy Hire on 08/06/12


GMP Judo Squad & Ippon JC & DJ's Chad Jackson / Dave Haslam / Vinnie Naughton, wish you every success reaching the £100.000.

Donation by Mark Montrose on 06/06/12


+ £75.00 Gift Aid

For the Paul Lake signed autobiography. Thanks to Jimmy Dolan & Alan Perry who donated it & Mr Anon from Bury who bought the book x

Donation by Mark Proudlove on 05/06/12


donations from gill's Slimming World group members in Timperley - nominated by Heather Proudlove and Yvonne Mylchreest

Donation by gill leatherbarrow on 04/06/12


Donation summary

  • * Online donations£106,184.82
  • Offline donations£5,994.91
  • Text donations£0.00
  • Total raised£112,179.73
  • Gift Aid£15,937.81

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