9 Aug 18

Breast cancer survivor climbs Ben Nevis for St Luke’s

A woman from Crewe has climbed Ben Nevis in aid of St Luke’s to say thank you for the support she received from the Hospice after being diagnosed with breast cancer. 55-year-old Isobel Browne received counselling at St Luke’s after undergoing a mastectomy and chemotherapy. Isobel said: “It was certainly a life saver being able…

13 Jun 18

Walking in memory of her big sister

There are lots of reasons why women take part in the Midnight Walk for St Luke’s. For Annabel Dixon, as the first anniversary of her sister’s death approaches, it is her way to honour her big sister Jemima and say thank you to St Luke’s for the support and care she received. Jemima Dixon died…

24 May 18

Six year old signs up for Midnight Walk in memory of her Daddy

A six year old girl from Crewe is taking part in her very first Midnight Walk for St Luke’s in memory of her daddy who died when she was just three. Phoebe Anslow will join her mum Sharon for the sponsored walk around Crewe and Nantwich to raise money so that others can receive the…

12 Jan 18

Seven-year-old walks 16 miles for St Luke’s

A seven-year-old boy and his dog have walked an incredible 16 miles to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice. George Margeson, his dad Rick, Grandpa Andy and labrador Ted completed the sponsored walk in seven hours and have so far raised over £650, smashing their fundraising target of £300. George, who is a pupil at…