Teachers run Race for Life in memory of colleague who lost her battle with cancer

PUBLISHED: 10:55 11 July 2011

A group of teachers from Chatteris run in Cambridge Race for Life in memory of Faith Crisp

A group of teachers from Chatteris run in Cambridge Race for Life in memory of Faith Crisp

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A GROUP of teachers have raised nearly £200 for charity in memory of a colleague who died in February after battling throat cancer.

Faith Crisp was firmly in the memories of Kingsfield Primary, Chatteris, teachers Tracey Baker, Caroline Sibson, Marcia Foy, Louise Lomax, Anita Matthews, Harriet Lampert, Kerrie Bryan and Paula Candish as they took part in the Race for Life in Cambridge on July 3 and raised £170 for Cancer Research UK.

Ms Lampert said: “Miss Crisp was a treasured colleague who lost her battle with cancer earlier this year. Well done to everyone who took part and thank you for everyone who supported us.”


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