Run at Badminton in aid of Hope for Tomorrow's mobile chemotherapy units

This Is Wiltshire: Christine Mills, founder of the Hope for Tomorrow charity, at Savernake Hospital Christine Mills, founder of the Hope for Tomorrow charity, at Savernake Hospital

Badminton Estate is opening its gates again to runners and walkers to take part in a 10k run and 4k family walk.

The event will on Sunday, September 14, raising money for the Hope for Tomorrow charity which builds and maintains mobile chemotherapy units.

Runners and walkers can enjoy fantastic views and a safe traffic-free course while walkers and their dogs can take part on either route.

For more information about the run, visit www.hopefortomorrow.org.uk

Hope for Tomorrow's mobile chemotherapy units save patients the travel, time and stress that is often involved with receiving cancer treatment, having the capacity to treat up to 20 patients a day.

The Wiltshire unit is named in memory of Kayleigh Louise Wicks, from Christian Malford, who lost her battle against cancer aged 23. It is shared between Salisbury District Hospital and Great Western Hospital, Swindon.

Each mobile unit costs Hope for Tomorrow £250,000 to build and maintain for three years.

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