On 21 May 2014, 2 years after Rosemary died in the wonderful St Ann's Hospice, I will be walking seven and a half marathons on 8 consecutive days to attempt to raise £10,000 to keep the Hospice open for one full day.The Hospice will then name 21 May as Rosemary Crewdson Day in perpertuity.
My children lost their precious mum after a brave battle with bowel cancer. Rosemary spent her final week in St Ann's Hospice and received the most fabulous care. As a family I don't know what we would have done without their support.
St Ann's Hospice needs £10,000 every day to help families during impossible times. I know Rosemary would have been very proud to be supporting St Anns and by doing the Coast to Coast Walk in her memory we are keeping her legacy alive.
Thanks for your support my friends.