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Walker hopes to inspire others to take part in Girls Night Out
Among the first to sign up for the event, Shelagh Smith will be donning her bunny ears for the second time this year and hopes her story will inspire others to pull on their walking shoes and support the Hospice.
Shelagh said: “I walked Girls Night Out for the first time last year, the furthest I have ever walked in one go.
“I have used St Nic’s professionally in my job role, I lost two friends from cancer last year and my Mum 21 years ago when she was 55.
“I was diagnosed with uterine cancer just before Christmas last year. I had a hysterectomy in February and recovered really well now walking about 8km, I am a lucky one and need no more treatment.
“The GNO walk is my goal.”
To register for this year’s Girls Night Out, please visit: www.girlsnightoutwalk.co.uk.