Great Moulton nurse delighted at �1,745 total from Royal Marsden fundraising walk
A Norfolk nurse was delighted after raising �1,745 for the Royal Marsden hospitals in London from a walk between the two hospitals in memory of her partner.
However, the fundraising total could still rise as donations are still coming in for Natalie Moss' walk with 12 friends between the Royal Marsden hospitals in Chelsea and Sutton on Saturday.
The walk was held in memory of Natalie's partner Victor Nchofua, who died from a rare sarcoma cancer in October aged 28 and the group donned red and white clothes to reflect the colours of Victor's favourite football team, Arsenal.
She chose the hospitals because staff treated Cameroon-born care worker Victor after he was diagnosed with the disease in December 2009.
Natalie said: 'The walk was really successful. It is a really excellent amount. The team looked great in the fancy dress, we caught the eyes of many people.'
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Natalie, who lives in Great Moulton, also held a tea party prior to the walk which contributed towards the fundraising total.
To donate to the appeal, visit www.justgiving.com/remember/371/victor-nchofua.
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