Jo was taken from us far too early due to a late diagnosis of secondary cancer. St.Peters were a great help during the 9 months Jo fought and fought and they allowed her to stay at home during her final weeks and keep her dignity. Read more »

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Target: £7,500.00

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Aimee Owen
29 May 2017
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Much love The Owens xxx
Sarah Genge
29 May 2017
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Proceeds raised from the Cleve House School & Little Cleve Nursery at their coffee & cake morning. In your memory Jo. Greatly missed xxx
Carly Haberfield
22 May 2017
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Offline Donation
12 May 2017
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Donations from Sarah, Sam & Michael for Midnight Walk 2017 & the collection from Joanne's funeral. Thank you all so much for your generosity at this very sad time.
Teresa Squire
30 Apr 2017
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5k run. We did it for you Jojo.
Miss you lots. Cameron & Annabelle xxxx
Sarah Cole
14 Apr 2017
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Birthday money - donated in Jo's memory x
Michael Boyce
10 Apr 2017
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Thinking of you all at this very difficult time.
Altitude Global Ltd Boyce
10 Apr 2017
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Thinking of you all from Altitude Global.
Michael Jones
28 Mar 2017
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More money collected from my colleagues in Leipzig - Thank you so much guys!
John Corcoran
26 Mar 2017
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Great cause , you can never take this care for granted x
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I'm hoping to raise as much money as possible so that others can benefit from the services St. Peter's provide. They helped with numerous things that cropped up during Jo's fight but most importantly they provided a nurse 24hrs a day during her final weeks which allowed her to remain in the familiar surroundings of home with her family around her. The staff were amazing with Jo and treated her with great respect and made her feel safe and comfortable. It meant a lot to Jo and to us as she was a very private person and hated the thought of being in hospital.
I'm also setting up this page for my old friend Mark Elliott who's father Phil is currently fighting this terrible disease. I'm sure St. Peter's will be there in his corner too.