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Category Groups & Associations
Published date 01/11/2016
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Country United Kingdom

Target Ovarian Cancer is the UK's leading charity working for better research, early diagnosis and providing support to women affected by the disease. More information on our work can be found on our website.

The Ovarian Cancer Walk, is a sponsored walk to help raise awareness and funds to overcome ovarian cancer. It is taking place at Holyrood Park on Sunday 16 October 2016. There is a choice of a 5km and a 10k route and the Walk makes for a great day out for colleagues, friends and family. Women, children, men, and even dogs are all welcome! More information can be found on the Target Ovarian Cancer website, under Fundraising, The Target Ovarian Cancer Walk.

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