On 20th December 2018, my wonderful wife Catherine lost her brave fight against Breast Cancer. She spent her final weeks in St Cuthbert's Hospice in Durham, a place that means so much to my family as they gave the most amazing, end of life care to Catherine before she passed away. We are approaching the 5 year anniversary of her passing and would like to mark this by raising some money for the hospice so they can continue to give the excellent care to others who are sadly in a similar position.Our children were only 5yrs (Ethan) and 3yrs (Kara) when mummy became a star in the sky. The three of us would love for you to join us once again for our fun run to run, walk, hop, skip or crawl in the park where we as a family spent so much time, before enjoying a piece of cake and a hot drink. Catherine's Fun Run will take place in Blackhill and Consett Park on Sunday 10th December ❤️After the fun run there will be the opportunity to buy coffees, teas, cakes and bakes from the Lodge for a donation and we will be also holding a raffle with some fantastic prizes and there may be a visit from Santa himself :) So please, dig out your silly hats or outfits and join us for some fun.For updates on the event please visit our facebook event page: Catherine’s Festive Fun Run/Walk | FacebookSt Cuthbert’s Hospice provides specialist care to people with life-limiting illnesses, people approaching the end of life and the bereaved. We make no charge for our services, ensuring Hospice care is available to everyone. It costs over £2 million each year to keep St Cuthbert's Hospice running.