Paula is holding a coffee morning on Wednesday 14th May, 09.00 to 11.00 at MK Health Hub in aid of a registered charity called ‘Brown Dog’ that raises money to buy vital equipment that makes an amazing difference to men, women and children who are fighting cancer – every penny they raise goes directly to people who need it.
Numbers are limited on Wednesday so please let me, Paula, know if you can make it.
Paula’s husband Chris is a member of the Brown dog team and to raise money Brown Dog undertake one challenge a year and this year Chris along with 66 other Brown Dog members will be walking 40 miles in 23 hours over two days along the rugged Cornish costal path between Newlyn near Penzance to St Ives on 30th & 31st May.
This year Brown Dog are dedicating this challenge to one of their Brown Dog members, Louise Morris, just 40, lived in Brighton, married, had no idea she had cancer and died only days after receiving the devastating news. As a mark of respect to Louise and her family, Brown Dog have decided to raise money to help other people in the Brighton area who at least have been given a chance to fight cancer.
As a further mark of respect money raised will be in support of a women related cancer cause and Brown Dog hope to raise £16,000 to purchase oncology kits which are not funded by the NHS: