Thank you again to everyone who took part in last Sunday’s #MarsdenMarch

Here’s a video of the day created by radio and TV presenter Dave Goodings - a keen supporter of The Royal Marsden Cancer
Charity.

Enjoy!
A look at some of the brilliant photos from the #MarsdenMarch finish line.
Did you take any photos on Sunday? If so, share with us in the comments below.
Here are the marchers en route. See if you can find yourself and tag away.
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Here are more photos from the #MarsdenMarch start lines. Have a browse and tag yourselves!
Thank you so very much to everyone who did The Marsden March 2017, everyone who sponsored the walkers and to all the volunteers too.

Without your help and support this would not be the special event it is!

Here is a selection of photos from the day, but do stay tuned as we will be posting more pics during the week.

#MarsdenMarch
Thank you so very much to everyone who did The Marsden March 2017, everyone who sponsored the walkers and to all the volunteers too.

Without your help and support this would not be the special event it is!

Here is a selection of photos from the day, but do stay tuned as we will be posting more pics during the week.

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Tim Vine getting the 5-mile walk under way at Morden! #MarsdenMarch
And we're off! The Marsden March 2017 begins!

If you’re walking with us, share your #MarsdenMarch selfies in the comments below.

If you’re not taking part show your support for our walkers by texting 'RMCC17 £5' to 70070
Good morning walkers!

Today's the day!

Are you ready?

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It's the big day tomorrow! Here's a look at how the #MarsdenMarch has contributed towards some life-changing projects.

Show your support for our walkers and our cause by texting RMCC17 £5 to 70070.
Our young patients have been taking turns to decorate the #MarsdenMarch finish line banner over the last few weeks.

Charlotte, Freddie and Alfie put the finishing touches to the banner this week. The banner will greet the Marsden Marchers when they cross the finish line on Sunday.

Alfie (right) has more cause to celebrate - the 12-year-old completes his treatment on the same day!
“I was diagnosed with Mantle cell lymphoma, a rare form of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, in March 2016.

“Fortunately, I have been receiving treatment at The Royal Marsden in Sutton and have been lucky enough to benefit from their expertise and wonderful care over the past year.

“Following a stem cell transplant I wanted to have something to aim for that would help my recovery and would also be a...
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Our young patients received special treatment today when they were invited by The Household Cavalry to the Queen’s mounted bodyguard parade in Hyde Park, which included a carriage ride.

"Taking the families to see the Major General's Inspection is a huge highlight for me and a great sense of achievement; seeing the families all laughing and smiling and just in total awe of the inspection...
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What have you got planned this April? We’re looking for amazing volunteers to help us test new fundraising ideas.

Help us to test new fundraising ideas this April

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Our young patients had a great day out on Saturday watching Matilda The Musical, including six-year-old Eleanor.

“Eleanor said at the end of the show to Claire, the play specialist: 'it's been the best day of my life,'" says mum Kelly.

Eleanor was diagnosed with a brain tumour when she was three, which caused her to lose a large majority of her eyesight.

“Despite being apprehensive about...
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“I was diagnosed with myeloma in 2013 and prostate cancer in 2016. Having never had a serious injury or illness in my life, the first cancer diagnosis came as a real thunderbolt.

“Once I got to The Royal Marsden everything kicked in. The people dealing with it – from the doctors and nurses to the receptionist – were all amazing.

“Both of these cancers have been successfully treated at The...
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As part of Ovarian Cancer Month, we look at the story of one of our patients - Laura Moses. The 27-year-old was diagnosed with the disease in June 2016 and was treated at The Royal Marsden.

Here’s her story:

“Over the course of three weeks I had experienced really awful tummy cramps and felt bloated which didn’t go away. I’d been told it was Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or something...
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Do you know a Royal Marsden Health Star?

Good Morning Britain has launched the Health Star Awards, giving ordinary people and famous faces the chance to say ‘thank you’ to someone, whether they're a health professional or volunteer who has gone above and beyond to help you, or a member of your family or someone in your community.

There are five categories in which you can nominate someone...
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Good Morning Britain Health Stars

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"I'm walking in memory of my lovely mum, Rosemary, who we lost in July 2016 after her short - yet brave - battle with cancer."

Louise Richards

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Here's a clip from last year's #MarsdenMarch with Amanda on why The Royal Marsden is so close to her heart