Betty Kilburn's Tribute has 4 events raising money for Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
Glenn and Daniel - Doing it for Nana Sky Dive
Created by Susan Edwards (nee: Kilburn)

Taking place at The London Sky Dive Centre on 28th July Glenn and Daniel are taking part in a Sky Dive! Flying without Wings as Nana would put it. It gives us so much comfort to be able to raise money for such a great cause in our darling Nana's name. EARLY DIAGNOSIS REALLY DOES SAVES LIVES!! Please give anything you can and thank you for your support. Much love to one and all XXGlenn and DanielXX

Hadrian's Wall Walk
Created by Susan Edwards (nee: Kilburn)

Andrew Edwards and Ian Pain are walking the entire length, i.e. 84 miles, of Hadrian's Wall for mum's Tribute Fund. They will be backed up by myself and Deb Edwards, my beautiful sister in law. Please give what you can. They will start off this coming Monday bright and early and aim to finish on Saturday 22nd, when I will lay some yellow roses,mum's favourites, where we scattered her ashes in her home town of Newcastle Upon Tyne. Good luck and heway the lads!!!!! Thank you for your support and much love to all. Susanxxxxx

Shaz and Susan's Sponsored Walk LINCOLN to RUSKINGTON
Created by Susan Edwards (nee: Kilburn)

Sharon and Susan completed their Sponsored Leopard Walk from LINCOLN to RUSKINGTON on 5th June 2011. This was a distance of approximately 17 miles. We have made approximately £500 but still counting. Big thanks to Andrea at Red Lion Pub as she and her staff have been very supportive and that was much appreciated. Appreciate the people in your life and let them know how much you love them.

Tandem Skydive - Doing it for Mum
Created by Susan Edwards (nee: Kilburn)

Having a fear of heights and being petrified of flying I have decided to challenge myself in my mum's memory and do a tandem skydive at Langar, Nottinghamshire on 20th July 2014. I know it will be difficult however, if I can demonstrate a fraction of the courage my mum showed fighting this awful disease then I will have achieved my aim. Lung cancer is the greatest cancer killer in UK and yet only receives 8% of the research funding! Early diagnosis really does save lives.