A teacher from Felsted has raised £5,000 for Mare Curie and Cancer Research UK having completed this year’s Swimathon challenge.
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FUNDRAISE FOR CANCER RESEARCH UK AND MARIE CURIE
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The Swimathon Foundation has today announced that this year’s Swimathon has raised over £1 million. These funds will support the essential work of Cancer Research UK and Marie Curie as well as promoting swimming and underpinning its vital role in health and wellbeing across the UK.
Swimathon participant Louise shares her incredible swimming journey, with a picture of her as a child with Duncan Goodhew and its dramatic backstory!
Laura Jane from Worthing is taking on a mammoth Swimathon Challenge this month to raise money for Marie Curie and Cancer Research UK. The original 2020 Swimathon was postponed from March and has become a virtual event with swimmers all across the country taking part at a time and venue of their choice up until the end of October.
In celebration of National Fitness Day 2020, we look at the ways in which swimming helps our physical and mental health.