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Trekking The Great Wall of China with colleagues from Kingsland & Legacy Wines

Trekking the Great Wall of China for Brain Tumour Research because they need £7million a year to continue research

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Brain Tumour Research

We raise funds for brain tumour research to improve survival rates across the UK

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Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

Along with a number of my fantastic work colleagues I am trekking The Great Wall of China in April 2013 to collectively raise at least £30k for Brain Tumour Research.

Brain Tumour Research is important to me and my family because my daughter Abigail was, in Feb 2011 at the age of 9 diagnosed with a brain tumour. Sadly on 10th November 2012 my beautiful, brave, inspiring, courageous angel passed away after a long and tough battle against this evil disease.

Over the last 2 years as a family we have come to understand that Brain Tumour Research is vastly underfunded and requires £7million a year to continue valuable and necessary research into this condition. If you look on www.braintumourresearch.org  you will see some startling facts that will convince you just how important our fund raising event and others like it are.

We are looking to you to help us achieve our collective goal by donating. Whether you can donate £1, £10, £100 or more, I urge you to please just give what you can, anything will help.

For those of you who will now donate, thank you so much, for those who don't please take some time to look at the web site www.braintumourresearch.org , have a think and then come back and donate - it will make you feel good that you have contributed to a really good and needy cause.

Thanks to every one for looking at my page and........don't forget to tick the GIFT AID SECTION, this adds 25% on top of your donation by way of the government scheme,  you give the donation value and the charity claims the extra through the scheme off the government, not you.

Gary

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