A community-based initiative to encourage those living with and beyond cancer, families, friends and those working in cancer services to walk, jog, run, cheer or volunteer at a local 5k Your Way parkrun event on the last Saturday of every month.
*5k Your Way, Move Against Cancer is a non medical initiative and our ambassadors cannot take responsibility for providing specialist advice or care. Please see our T&C's for full details.
Each of our 5k Your Way, Move Against Cancer parkruns will have one of our wonderful ambassadors there on the last Saturday of every month to meet and great you at a designated meeting spot. Our Ambassadors are your 'go to' for each event and will run/walk with some of you if they can. After the walk/run, the ambassadors will gather you together for socializing over a much needed drink and cake.
This initiative was founded by Lucy Gossage, Oncologist at Nottingham City Hospital , a 12 times Ironman Champion and Gemma Hillier-Moses, International Runner and Founder of MOVE charity who was diagnosed with cancer herself at the age of 24 in 2012. Lucy and Gemma are both hugely passionate about supporting people living with and beyond cancer through the power of movement, also supporting the wider cancer community including friends, family members, doctors, nurses and health professionals.
We need your help. Join us to celebrate the first birthday of 5k Your Way, Move Against Cancer on the 29th June 2019. By donating today you can help us grow and develop this initiative across the UK and Ireland. 5K Your Way has been life changing for so many people affected by cancer. We need your help today to enable and inspire even more people to join us to Move Against Cancer
5k Your Way, Move Against Cancer Founders Gemma Hillier-Moses and Lucy Gossage feature on the Famous BBC Podcast You, Me and The Big C talking all things cancer, exercise and movement as a way of life.
MOVE Founder and 5k Your Way Co Founder Gemma Hillier-Moses on BBC Breakfast. Gemma discusses the importance of moving more and sitting less during and beyond cancer treatment and the benefits on both physical and mental well-being.
BBC featured the 5k Your Way. Forest Rec parkrun on the programme in September 2018. The short video footage shows the positive impact this initiative is having on the cancer community in Nottingham
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