In recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the End of Treatment Bells and the local community in Gatley village held a Memory Walk. The walk raised over £1,000, with £500 being donated to Friends of Rosie to support new childhood cancer research projects.
The walk took place on Friday 13 September, setting off from Gatley Train Station and finishing up at Elm Road Church. Those who took part in the walk remembered their loved ones while supporting childhood cancer awareness month.
Tracey Payton, founder of the End of Treatment Bells, organised the event and sold gold ribbons courtesy of CCLG. The ribbons were worn by supporters during the walk to raise awareness for children with cancer.
Our huge thanks go to Tracey and everyone who attended, helped to organise, and supported the Memory Walk.