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Family set to walk 100 miles in March to raise funds

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Family set to walk 100 miles in March to raise funds

March 1st 2021

This is Katie Gibson and her family who will be walking 100 miles during March to raise funds for Saint Catherine’s.

Katie said: “We sadly lost my auntie and my husband’s nana in 2016. Unfortunately both of our family members were in the hospice at the same time. We were made to feel like we were at home when going through such a hard time.

“Our little girl came up with some ideas to raise money as a thank you from us. During the lockdowns we have been doing lots of walking and thought why not during March give ourselves an aim!”

You can make a donation and see updates on the family’s efforts at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/katie-gibson22

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