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Kimberley Walsh has revealed there are ‘vibrant’ plans to help Girls Aloud raise money for cancer research in memory of Sarah Harding, starting with Race for Life next month
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Kimberley Walsh has revealed how she and her old Girls Aloud bandmates promised to honor Sarah Harding’s life and desires.
Sarah died last September at the age of 39, just a year after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
And now Kimberley, Cheryl, Nicola Roberts and Nadine Coyle have announced that they will be participating in the Race for Sarah to Live with the aim of raising much-needed funds for research projects.
Mother-of-three Kimberley said the girls had promised to hold a fundraiser in memory of their close friend after her death and admitted they had many “boiling” ideas.
However, she told The Mirror that next month’s Race For Life will be “a particularly special element of the whole thing” as it will be a nice way to bring people together.
She admits the 5k event on July 24th would be the perfect way for fans to give their part in helping the charity Sarah has worked so hard on.
While Cheryl, Nicola and Nadine plan to take part in the event in London’s Hyde Park, Kimberley will be participating elsewhere, but says the beauty of the event is that you can join it wherever you are.
She said: “I’m going to face the girls while I’m doing it and it’s pretty good because, actually, anyone can do it remotely – you can still do it anyway. where are you.”
And after joking that Nicola has been working out, she said that anyone can participate as it can be a walk as well as a run..
Kimberley continued: “I think the truth and the reason that we’re doing it will help people around it.
“We’re not all necessarily runners who love to run, but I think just the nature of why we’re doing it will mean it won’t be difficult.”
Elsewhere, old friends of the band are busy planning a gala in Sarah’s name, but Kimberley confesses that an on-stage reunion for the band still won’t happen.
“There won’t be any reunions of any kind,” she said. “I mean, because of losing Sarah, that’s not on anyone’s radar right now and that’s why I think as a team we’ve tried to focus on doing something. positive together for her, it’s been a really nice focus for us.
“We’re really just hoping to raise as much money as we can and that would be a huge achievement for us.”
In addition to focusing on continuing Sarah’s fundraising drive, Kimberley has also partnered with home improvement retailer Wickes to launch Wickes . Community Program race, contest.
The idea of the program is to help rehabilitate the nation’s community areas, which Kimberley considers important, especially after a tough embargo.
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The singer and presenter added that the show can help create more engaging spaces for the public, and said: “I think now more than ever it’s important to put a little TLC into the things we do. this space.
“Hopefully it helps people get back into the community and start socializing again, because we’re rebuilding these things.”
Wickes is offering a community organization the chance to win £10,000. enter here for a chance to win for your community. The contest ends on July 13.
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