CLL Support Association
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I'm up for it

This sunday,13th July , I am taking part in the London 10k to raise funds for CLLSA.

I have been on watch and wait for almost 20 years and at almost 70 years old feel to take part is great, last year I raised £720 before gift aid .Only problem slowing me down this year is the secondary cancer diagnosed last November and for which I finished treatment 5 weeks ago.

I only post this to say try your very best to stay positive.

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Wow William, that is so inspirational, well done for even thinking to do this!! Do you have a donations page at all? I also just challenged myself this year (also on W&W, now 4 years diagnosed with CLL possibly 9 years with it - aged 53), to walking on a Camino in Spain to Santiago, I couldn't manage the time off work to do the whole Camino but did manage 350 miles over 4 weeks. I did struggle at times I must be honest, and I did get sick, but had taken meds and found a place to rest and recover so thankfully came through it, but challenging myself and my body, being positive and succeeding has been an amazing experience and I consider myself very lucky to have been able to do this, I do appreciate that not everyone with CLL is as fortunate. My mantra is 'cup half full and life is for living'! x


Nice one William post the donation page and I will slip you a tenner.



Likewise William, post the page, it will be good to support inspirational people



Thanks for all the responses herewith link to my Just Giving page as requested.

Thunder storms forecast for Sunday !!

Will let you know how I do


Go Team DAK - you are an inspiration can we banner a brolly?? :-)

I have added your justgiving link to the parent post to ensure all find it easily.

Wishing you and the team the very best Sunday. Will be looking out for you

Looking forward to your news


Have a great day and stay safe! Happy to donate to your efforts and hope the weather is kind.




Good luck to you, have just added to your pot.



Team DAK's courage and determination to complete this Herculean challenge tomorrow is inspirational. It will just take a little shove from you all to lift the donation pot to £1,000.

You don't have to run ( joggawalk) with team DAK to take part, just support them by visiting and give a little to aid them on their way tomorrow.

Go team DAK!!!


Dear William 1945 - what a magnificent effort - more power to you, mate. Got AIHA - energy gone out the window.


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