By Rachel Fletcher Whether it’s our mum, nan, partner or friend, the tragic news that someone has been diagnosed is hard to bear. Thankfully, I consider myself lucky not to have had cancer. My motivation to take on the 500k Lakes to London is because I’ve experienced the loss of people I love, and the […]Read more
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When your mum tells you that she has breast cancer and than takes the family to the pantomime!
By Becky Davies Her news really hit the family hard as she had always taken her health very seriously and kept physically fit and she was the last person you would think could ever be affected by the disease but she was! I have been inspired by Her Spirit to take up the Lakes to […]Read more
I can honestly say I don’t miss my breasts
By Paula Bailey They were kind of superfluous to requirements and to be honest, life is much easier without them! I was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2019. I had been on annual monitoring at the local hospital after national screening found benign changes in my left breast. When I got the diagnosis it […]Read more
Julie’s breast cancer journey and love of open water swimming
By Julie Pollock June 2022 has been quite a month. It began with Mallorca at Best Fest open water swim festival, followed by the Her Spirit Sunset and Summer Solstice swims and then finished with completing ‘Coniston End to End’ .. a 5.25 mile swim in the lake district. Along the way, I can’t quite […]Read more
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