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Total raised so far


£270.00 of £499 target +£42.50 Gift Aid See breakdown

Recent donations

2 weeks ago

Mum & Dad


+ £25.00 Gift Aid

Well done to our amazing daughter.

2 weeks ago



Go sis! You’ve got this - super proud of you for everything xxx

2 weeks ago



+ £5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck!

3 weeks ago

Jane and Colin Eldred


+ £5.00 Gift Aid

Go Emily, good luck!

3 weeks ago

Keith Fairbairn


3 weeks ago

Annie Hitch


Good luck Emily. Hopefully warmer weather at last so enjoy your walks!

3 weeks ago

Chris Eldred


+ £7.50 Gift Aid

Proud of you ❤️

Check those Moles! Miles for Melanoma in May

Event dates: 1st May 2024 – 31st May 2024

Emily Langston is raising money for Skcin and Melanoma Focus

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My story

I've signed up to do Miles in May for Melanoma Focus again! Last year I managed 200 miles, but I was also 'gainfully' unemployed and the walking did a whole lot of good for my mental health at a challenging time in my career. Will I squeeze in 200 this year? Let's see!

My melanoma journey started in early 2023, when a mole I'd had for as long as I could remember turned out to be cancerous. Following further investigation, I fortunately had the all clear. Since then I've had checkups every three months, getting every centimetre of my skin looked at (and I mean every centimetre!) and moles photographed for review.

After my experience, I vowed to raise more awareness about melanoma.
- Redheads are less than 2% of the population, but make up nearly 20% of melanoma cases. So if you have the redhead gene, it's doubly important that you check those moles
- As we go into warmer, sunnier weather, remember that many moisturisers with SPF don't fully protect against UVA and UVB. I use La Roche Posay's Anthelios UVMune 400 SPF 50+, one of many recommended by dermatologists. It's pretty lightweight and has great protection. Here are some tips and advice on sun cream:
- If you're worried about a mole, take a photo of it every month and monitor it. If it changes, it's worth contacting your doctor. You can find out lots of information about checking your skin at

I'd love it if you could make a donation to Melanoma Focus to help them continue their vital work.

I know some of you have lost loved ones to melanoma, including in the last year. This goes out those who are no longer with us, and those who are missing them.

Emily xx

Thank you for checking out my page. Making a donation is fast, easy and secure thanks to Give as you Live Donate. They'll take your donation and pass it onto Skcin and Melanoma Focus.

My 2 charities


Charity number: 1150048

Melanoma Focus

Charity number: 1124716

Emily Langston is fundraising as part of

100 Miles in May 2024

1st May 2024 - 31st May 2024

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