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Weʼre raising £3,000 to help raise funds for 8 scans and treatment not funded by the NHS.

Colchester, UK

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Why have we chosen the Arnhem Bridge as the final destination for our endurance march? Breyas dad is a serving member of 2 PARA. Myself and the team are also members of The Parachute Regiment. The Arnhem Bridge is somewhat symbolic to any British Paratrooper, the words; bravery, courage, pride and the determination to never give up all ring true when the word Arnhem is spoken. Breya and her family have all of this. Everyday they battle this horrible disease and stay strong. They have everything thrown at them but crack on, day in day out. But they still need our help.

We will march (carrying 40lbs bergans/daysacks) from Colchester to Harwich crossing, then from the Hook of Holland to Arnhem Bridge and raise breyas flag at the Bridge.110 miles total distance.

Little Breya has been fighting high-risk neuroblastoma since the age of 2. She now needs 8 vital scans not provided on the NHS, to regularly check that she’s still ok and act quickly if she’s not.
In January 2017 a tumour was initially discovered on Breya’s adrenal gland and grew to consume the whole of her stomach, spreading to her bones and bone marrow too.
But now Breya’s completed frontline treatment in the UK which included intense chemotherapy, a 14-hour operation, radiotherapy, more chemotherapy, a stem cell transplant and immunotherapy.

Preventing relapse
Devastatingly around 40-50% of children with high-risk neuroblastoma will relapse and once that happens, less than 1 in 10 will survive for more than 5 years.

The focus then for Breya’s family is to do everything to prevent the cancer from returning. After 2 years of fundraising, they have enough to access the Bivalent Vaccine trial at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

But they still need your help. Breya needs 8 PET/CT scans over the next 2 years – not provided by the NHS – which will cost £24,000. Not only do they capture any sign of a relapse at the earliest stage, they are also a requirement of the Bivalent Vaccine trial.

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      Dec 10, 2018


    • moyra mcglynn

      moyra mcglynn

      Dec 10, 2018

      Good luck and I hope you achieve your total. I am donating in lieu of Christmas Cards


    • Sophie & Olivia Langton

      Sophie & Olivia Langton

      Dec 10, 2018

      We love you Breya! We hope you feel better so that we can have another play date soon! Love your American pals, Sophie & Olivia


    • Reece cilia

      Reece cilia

      Dec 10, 2018

      Absolutely mega, Up most respect for what your all doing lads. Best of luck. And I wish little Breya the best and hope this donation will tribute to her recovery. UTRINQUE PARATUS.

    • Lisa McGlynn

      Lisa McGlynn

      Dec 6, 2018

      Comon Breya You can do this, remain strong little one. Comon the Paras!


    • Steven Foster

      Steven Foster

      Dec 6, 2018

      Good luck Airborne 👍😊🍀I’m running a Marathon next May with 40lbs and would like to set up a JustGiving page to raise money for Breya, any advice on how to do this? email is


    • Michael Kell

      Michael Kell

      Dec 6, 2018


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    James Thwaite

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    Colchester, UK

    Myself and members of the 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment are going to conduct a endurance march across parts of the UK and Holland. Starting point will be Colchester Essex, final destination the Arnhem bridge in Holland (via harwich ferry crossing) 110 miles in total

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