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Walk with Will

Will's 60 miles September fundraiser for Cancer Research UK

13 Sep 2020
Alumni News

On the 28th July, at just 29, Will Green was diagnosed with stage 2 Hodgkins Lynphoma (blood cancer).

Whilst undergoing his treatment, Will has decided to undergo the 60 mile run challenge to help raise money for Cancer Research. Will is unable to leave his house for 6 months and so will be running 2 miles a day on his treadmill.

Will’s resilience and strength of character is inspiring; if you can help support his cause, however big or small, it will make a difference.

Best of luck Will!

To support Will, please click HERE

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