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    Weʼve raised £90 to fund well-being sessions raising awareness of hidden signs for women & carers who have experienced cancer, in memory of Dr Bernadette Tynan

    Manchester, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 15th May 2019

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    We want to celebrate the life of Dr Bernadette Tynan, who died from Endometrial Cancer in August 2017. At her request, we aim to host a series of Well-being days, raising awareness of hidden signs through positive well-being approaches like cooking & eating together, yoga, nutrition and counselling for cancer sufferers and carers. We want to bring goodness back into people's lives. This will be run in collaboration with healthcare professionals, venue in Manchester TBC by end of January.

    Run by Cracking Good Food (www.crackinggoodfood.org), a not for profit social enterprise, the funds will enable us to continue the forthcoming programme on International Womens' day (8th March 2018), which would also be her 52nd birthday. The launch event will be FREE due to her donation to us for this to happen, although we would be grateful for donations on a pay as you feel able basis so that sessions can continue for as long as possible. We are crowdfunding for this to happen on an on-going basis.

    She wanted no-one to suffer as she did, so in her memory we're spreading awareness of hidden signs as much as we can through these well-being days.

    The video will show you how a strong and driven she was as a woman. It was filmed, at her request, 4 weeks before she sadly died.

    Let's hope we can reduce such suffering by informing as many women out there of the hidden signs. We need to look after ourselves and each other. Life is so precious. For further info: adele@crackinggoodfood.org

    Cracking Good Food Well-being days

    In the late stages of endometrial cancer, Dr. Bernadette Tynan candidly describes the dangers of mis-diagnosis and the early warning signs that women should be aware of.

    Dr Bernadette Tynan website

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    • Cracking Good Food1 year ago
      Cracking Good Food

      Cracking Good Food

      1 year ago

      We're in the process of securing a key Manchester city location in order to be as accessible to as many people as possible on International Womens' day (8th March 2018). Stay tuned. We hope to see you then. More info when it's confirmed: https://www.crackinggoodfood.org/community-outreach/dr-bernadette-tynan/

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    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jun 8, 2018

    • Gill Jordan

      Gill Jordan

      Feb 20, 2018

      Good luck to such a worthy cause!

    • Gillian Bernstein (volunteer at The Christie)

      Gillian Bernstein (volunteer at The Christie)

      Feb 12, 2018

      Wishing every success to a worthy cause in honour of Dr Bernadette Tynan, a brave and clever lady.

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    Cracking Good Food

    Cracking Good Food

    Manchester, United Kingdom

    Cracking Good Food is a not for profit social enterprise that teaches communities and individuals how to cook affordable, healthy, seasonal produce, reducing the need for processed food. We run 3 Cookery Schools & a foraging programme, campaign against food poverty & food waste.

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