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Rachel Humphrey

Glenn Fleggs Colour Obstacle Rush at Windsor Racecourse

We are doing the Colour Obstacle Rush for The HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation because we want to support and make people more aware

119 %
raised of £300 target
by 14 supporters

The HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation

We raise awareness via the NOMAN Campaign to prevent 5% of the world's cancer

Charity Registration No. 273217520


Our team aiming to kick cancer’s ass!

As part of such tight-knit communities in Burnham, Slough
and Langley we do our best to support local charities and social enterprises to
succeed. We take our role in the community seriously and so we love it when our
team come up with ideas to raise money for charities and, even more so when it
means so much to them.

On the 18th of May our team, made up of Ben Flegg, Carley Morris, Ashleigh Fisher, Rachel Humphrey, her daughter Cassie and Simone Georgeson and her son Samuel are going to be taking part in the Colour Obstacle Rush at Windsor Racecourse in aid of the Anal Cancer Foundation.

Great Cause

The Anal Cancer Foundation is dedicated to empowering anal
cancer patients and accelerating prevention and treatment methods that
eliminate anal cancer and the virus which causes the majority of cases, human
papillomavirus (HPV). The charity aims to provide support for survivors,
caregivers, scientists and providers connected to anal cancer.

The charity aims to end the 5% of cancers which are caused
by HPV, a skin virus. Anal cancer is preventable and the ACF is dedicated to
accelerating the prevention and researching methods that eliminate this type of

Our Team

At Glenn Flegg we are not just a business, but a
family as well. We support and encourage each other through all the ups
and downs, not just professionally but personally as well. Our staff matter and in order to thrive as a company you have to have a happy & supportive work environment.

We have chosen to support The Anal Cancer Foundation as
last Christmas it was sad news to hear that Ashleigh’s mum had been diagnosed
with Anal cancer and was put on a rigorous course of Radiotherapy and
Chemotherapy, 5 days a week for 6 weeks.

Thankfully the treatment has gone well and we are now
waiting for the scans to give us the all clear.

We feel that many people will be as shocked as us, to
hear of this cancer and not to confuse it with bowel cancer which is different,
so The Glenn Flegg & Co Team would like of offer support to the charity
that is helping to make people more aware and look for prevention methods and
cures, by running in The Colour Rush Obstacle Course 18th May at the
Windsor Racecourse. 

You can support our dynamic team by donating and sharing our cause.
We would love for you to help our team achieve their fundraising goal, every little helps so please donate if you can.