Welwyn woman battling cancer abseils down Britain’s tallest sculpture

PUBLISHED: 15:00 06 May 2017

Welwyn's Lesley Moore abseiling for Welwyn Garden City-based charity Isabel Hospice

Welwyn's Lesley Moore abseiling for Welwyn Garden City-based charity Isabel Hospice

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A Welwyn woman who is currently battling two types of cancer abseiled down Britain’s tallest sculpture to raise money for Welwyn Garden City-based Isabel Hospice.

Lesley Moore, 52, tackled the 80m-high ArcelorMittal in London at the end of last month, raising over £750 in the process.

She said: “I just absolutely loved it, it was so exhilarating!

“I have two types of cancer myself, in my bones and Mesothelioma, originating from breast cancer many years go, and I just want to be able to support Isabel Hospice in any way I can.

“I took part in the ‘fire walk’ a few years ago at Sherrardswood School and when I saw this challenge, I just thought ‘why not’!

“Support from my children, other family and friends has been fantastic and I’m delighted to have raised about £750 for this worthwhile cause.

“I have some fantastic photos to remind me of this amazing challenge.”

To sponsor Lesley visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/lesley-moore5


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