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On 16 June 2015 my beautiful, brilliant wife, Rosie Choueka, lost her brief battle with secondary breast cancer. She was 38 years old, a mother of two little children, a wife, a daughter and a
Under the patronage of Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi, Secondary1st has been launched in memory of Rosie Choueka who died from the disease.
“What better way to raise money for charity than give up something I love in memory of someone I love?”
Almost every charity has a poignant story behind it, inspired by people who demonstrated incredible acts of strength even when struck down by illness.
10-year-old school chums Alex Russell and Sebby Boxall took part in the St. Albans 1.5 kilometre Fun Run.
No challenge is too big for Craig Fisher. He has doggedly raised £12,000 for secondary breast cancer research by participating in a series of marathons, duathlons and triathlons.
Former Irish president Mary McAleese and first female Appeal Court judge, Dame Elizabeth Butler-Sloss joined the BBC'S Jo Coburn in the first ever Rosie Conversation.