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Episode 40 – The Eve Appeal Go Red Trek – CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 40 – The Eve Appeal Go Red Trek – CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Another episode, another hugely important topic.

This week’s chat is a paid collaboration with The Eve Appeal, the the only UK national charity raising awareness and funding research into the five gynaecological cancers – womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal.

Join me as I chat to Dr Tracie Miles about the work of The Eve Appeal, the five cancers mentioned above and we really get stuck into how you can recognise the symptoms of them and ensure they are swiftly treated. This episode is taboo free so expect plenty of chat about vaginas, discharge, bleeding – the lot – it’s time we all got over any embarrassment about conditions of this type.

The other main driver for this episode is to let you all know about the Go Red Trek which is taking place on our Cotswold doorstep later this year.

Should you wish to join Tracie, myself and the Cheltenham Papa here is all the information you need to know.

Date: 28th September

Location: meeting in Bourton-on-the-Water and trekking 25km from that point through The Cotswolds

‘Join The Eve Appeal on 28th September as they Go Red and trek 25km through the stunning Cotswolds to mark the end of Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month. Make every mile count and help to raise vital funds that can protect the 21,000 women who are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer every year. Register yourself today or sign up as a team*by visiting eveappeal.org.uk/trek today!’

If for whatever reason you can’t join the trek on the day but would still love to support this fantastic cause then here’s a cheeky link to my sponsorship page. It doesn’t really matter how the money finds it’s way to the charity – as long as it gets there.

Enjoy the listen and thanks for helping us spread the word.

CMHQ x

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