Moonwalker Natie moved by cancer deaths

PUBLISHED: 10:00 08 May 2009 | UPDATED: 23:29 15 June 2010

AFTER losing three aunts and an uncle to cancer, mother-of-one Natalie Ofield has decided to take part in the Playtex Moonwalk to raise money for Breast Cancer Care.

AFTER losing three aunts and an uncle to cancer, mother-of-one Natalie Ofield has decided to take part in the Playtex Moonwalk to raise money for Breast Cancer Care.Mrs Ofield, 33, of Feniton, works as an engineering controller for BT in Exeter and is a volunteer at the Cats Protection charity shop in Honiton on Saturday mornings.She has a 22-month-old daughter, Rosa, and is married to Gary.As well as collecting sponsorship, Mrs Ofield is raising money by selling off her stock of Body Shop products."I used to be a party planner for Body Shop and I no longer need all my stock filling up the garage," she said."So, if anyone is interested, I have body butters, scrubs, skin care products and perfume - all at a third off the recommended retail price."Mrs Ofield added: "I have lost three aunties and an uncle to cancer and think that everything we can do to try and eradicate cancer is a definite plus - even if it's walking 26.2 miles around London at night in a funky bra!"The Moonwalk is taking place on May 16.To sponsor Mrs Ofield visit www.justgiving.com/natalieofield. Email natalie.ofield@yahoo.co.uk to enquire about her Body Shop products.


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