As per a recent report, it has been revealed that a man who is a resident of Stainforth has moved a step forward to commemorate his wife's death by participating in a Walk 10 event being held by the Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Since the charity never stops from doing its bit to help cancer sufferers and their family. It has yet again started an event of a 10k walk at Chatsworth House. Like each of its events, this event's collection would also be spent on recruitment of more nurses, providing free care to terminally ill patients, and for more research into cancer.
Ashley Wilson, who is 48 years old, had also lost his wife of cancer the previous year and wishing to pay back to the charity in some manner, he has now got a chance with the event.
It has been found that Elaine, his wife, was being treated by the charity nurses since two years of her diagnosis. And to appreciate the nurses' support to them, Ashley had last year also participated in a similar event to raise funds for other patients as well.
He said, "I hope to be involved with the charity for many years and I want others to be involved to support such a fantastic charity".
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