Report by Don Hale
North Wales endurance athlete Josie Davies will begin her 100-mile charity challenge this weekend to help raise funds and awareness of skin cancer.
On Friday she confirmed why she has embarked on her latest gruelling task.
She explained: “As Captain Tom said when he sent a simple message of hope “Tomorrow will be a good day” and it will be. As tomorrow starts my 100 miles in May challenge for Melanoma Focus and SKCIN charities to raise awareness of this cruel disease which has decided to rudely upset my family on a personal scale and I’m passionate to try and do as much as I can to prevent this from happening to anybody else.
“Good luck to all the other people who are also taking on this challenge and know to well how this cruelly effects so many people, go and smash it and make everybody aware of the importance of regularly checking your skin for any changes to moles, blemishes etc and keep covering up and not just in the beautiful weather.
“If anybody wishes to sponsor me, I’ve set up a virginmoneygiving page and I would be forever grateful to you all and thank you to my friends who have already done so.”
Cancer truly sucks – Josie Davies.