The organiser of an annual walk to mark the anniversary of her best friend’s death says she is overwhelmed with the growing support.
Around 100 women are set to step out in memory of Moira Scott on Saturday, November 1, almost two years to the day that she lost her battle with ovarian cancer. The so-called silent killer spurred Judith Breiter on to create last year’s inaugural and hugely successful ‘Movarian’ 12-mile walk round Hassendean – and she says this second year is shaping up to be huge.
She said: “We’re marking Moira’s anniversary again but the response is bigger and better, which is amazing. Some have taken six or seven sponsor sheets and we even have horses joining us wearing teal ribbons – the colour of ovarian cancer awareness. Although it is a tough day, it is fun, too.”
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