450 people walked the six-mile route to support people living with cancer.
Peter Jones, from Portishead, is taking part in this year’s Stomp for Penny Brohn UK, in memory of his wife Debbie who died from bowel cancer in 2013.
The local community are pulling together to make Stomp bigger and better.
We are thrilled to receive £41,000 from The Prince of Wales’ Charitable Foundation to develop our nutritional programme.
Jaguar Land Rover staff have raised over £55,000 for us to remember a colleague who died of cancer.
After starting cello lessons with Sara Lovell, Keith found a good friend. Since her passing, he has been fundraising to raise money in her memory.
After her cousin, Jen, discovered Penny Brohn, Paula was determined to help. As soon as she saw the opportunity to fundraise, she took it.
Andrew and his girlfriend, Abby Webb, were bowled over by the help they received at Penny Brohn. When Abby died after a short battle with lung cancer, he was determined to raise money to keep her memory alive.