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  • Castletown, Isle of Man
    Day 15
    Saturday, 2nd June
    Route from Liverpool to Castletown, Isle of Man
    Liverpool, Ballasalla, Isle of Man, Douglas, Isle of Man, Laxey, Isle of Man, Onchan, Isle of Man, Ballasalla, Isle of Man, Castletown, Isle of Man
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    Simply click on the Samsung Big Cheer image to find yourself, and then tag and share your moment.
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    You can also share your photos on the Samsung London 2012 Facebook page. Simply select your location and upload your favourite moments.
    Angie Aire
    TORCHBEARER
    Angie joined Breakthrough Breast Cancer's Isle of Man group in 2004, two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Today she leads the group. In 2010, she was joined by twelve other supporters in a climb to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, which raised £73,000. The group's total, over a twenty year period of support, is now £1.4 million. The Isle of Man now has an outstanding level of breast cancer awareness. Angie is a shining example of how many lives you can touch when you offer an abundance of optimism, energy and encouragement. Without Angie, Breakthrough's work would not be able to reach out to as many people as it does. Angie is indispensible to Breakthrough and a true Local Hero.
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Castletown, Isle of Man
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Angie Aire
TORCHBEARER
Angie joined Breakthrough Breast Cancer's Isle of Man group in 2004, two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Today she leads the group. In 2010, she was joined by twelve other supporters in a climb to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, which raised £73,000. The group's total, over a twenty year period of support, is now £1.4 million. The Isle of Man now has an outstanding level of breast cancer awareness. Angie is a shining example of how many lives you can touch when you offer an abundance of optimism, energy and encouragement. Without Angie, Breakthrough's work would not be able to reach out to as many people as it does. Angie is indispensible to Breakthrough and a true Local Hero.
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