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You can’t run from cancer but you can run for cancer

Currently, one in two people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. So it’s reasonable to assume that each and every one of us will be touched by cancer at some point, whether we’re diagnosed ourselves or our friends and family are.

By running (or walking) for cancer, you’re not only keeping yourself active and healthy, but you’re supporting those affected by cancer come to terms with and cope with their changing lives. 

You can run in memory of someone, for someone or just because you want to help those in your area gain access to vital support. The Nightingale are here with you every step of the way. We’re here to provide you tips and tricks for fundraising and to spread the word about the incredible feat you’re undertaking.

See how you can get active and run for cancer

For some running inspiration and motivation, read Kelly and Suzanne’s Story. They completed the London Marathon in 2018 in memory of their friend Paul and have no regrets!