Cycling Across Europe – Two Month Countdown

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June has arrived and with it plenty of sunshine and a half-term week. Perfect for getting in lots of riding in preparation for cycling across Europe. The countdown has started… I get butterflies when I think that in just over two months we’ll be in Nordkapp in Norway ready to begin. The buttleflies are a […]

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Time to Reflect – Cancerversary And a Year of Covid

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I think the fact we entered the first lockdown a year ago this week has prompted many people to take time to reflect. Who could have predicted what was ahead and that we would still be in yet another lockdown a year later? For me, this time of the year also marks another ‘anniversary’. I […]

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Lynch Syndrome – Living With Faulty Genes

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As all our regular readers know already, I have Lynch Syndrome. Most people have never heard of it. I hadn’t until my womb cancer diagnosis and the subsequent discovery that I have Lynch. Yet Lynch Syndrome is one of the most common hereditary conditions. Scientists estimate that one in 300 people carry the mutation. Most […]

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