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Ian Hindle

Ian Hindle is crowdfunding

raised of £150,000 target by 3133 supporters

Weʼre raising £150,000 to in the fight against Ovarian Cancer & raising awareness of symptoms. Check our website for news and info

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Dianne died in early January after a very short battle with ovarian cancer. The tragic impact was felt not only by her family and friends, but also by the wider public whose lives she touched across more than 20 years' TV and radio presenting.

The money raised will be used to help families and individuals who have, or are suffering from, this aggressive disease. The aim is also to raise awareness about ovarian cancer and its after-effects, particularly where families have suffered sudden loss...which can often be the case with this appalling disease.

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    • Patricia Adderley

      Patricia Adderley

      Feb 15, 2020

      Come on girls we all need to support this.....fingers crossed there is a cure out there.


    • Anonymous


      Feb 4, 2020

      So very sorry to read your story. Thanks for all you’re doing to raise awareness.


    • Toffee's 'mum'

      Toffee's 'mum'

      Feb 3, 2020

      Keep up the good work. Lovely Dianne still missed from our tv screen.

    • Anonymous


      Feb 3, 2020


    • Anonymous


      Feb 2, 2020

      I was so moved by your interview on BBC News this morning, I want to make a very small contribution to this wonderful cause


    • Jo Rosenberg

      Jo Rosenberg

      Jan 31, 2020


    • Anonymous


      Jan 29, 2020

      This money was collected on the funeral of Ann Henderson and the family wish it to go towards the Diane Oxberry Trust


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