Chesterfield woman to run for Sheffield charity in late boyfriend’s memory

Shelley Hopkinson, third from left, from Chesterfield, is in training for a 10km run in memory of her late boyfriend James Booth, lost his battle with cancer at the age of 26.

Shelley Hopkinson, third from left, from Chesterfield, is in training for a 10km run in memory of her late boyfriend James Booth, lost his battle with cancer at the age of 26.

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A woman is taking on a charity run in memory of Sheffield United-supporting boyfriend – who died aged just 26.

Shelley Hopkinson is in training for the Run in the Park race at Graves Park, Norton, Sheffield, in honour of James Booth, who died of cancer last July.

Shelley Hopkinson, from Chesterfield, is in training for a 10k run in memory of her late boyfriend James Booth, lost his battle with cancer at the young age of 26.
She is running in support of Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity.
Shelley Hopkinson, from Chesterfield, is in training for a 10k run in memory of her late boyfriend James Booth, lost his battle with cancer at the young age of 26. She is running in support of Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity.

Shelley will run along with family and friends to raise funds for the city’s Weston Park Cancer Hospital Charity as a thank you to the staff at the hospital who cared for her boyfriend, who lived in Ashgate, Chesterfield, in his final years of life.

 

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