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JOEL TAKES STRIDES IN MEMORY OF HIS MUM


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young son is taking on the challenge of the London Marathon in remembrance of his


mum who died nearly two years ago. Joel Corsan, 22, from Breakspear Road, Abbots


Langley, will be taking part in the event to raise money for the Macmillan Cancer Support. Joel‘s mum, Moira Corsan, was 56 when she


died and was a popular member of the village‘s community. The university student told My Abbots News :


―Mum had lived in Abbots all her life and was a much loved figure in the local community. ―She was a massive supporter of Watford


football club, and also attended every one of my Abbots Youth football matches from under 10‘s to under 18‘s.‖ Joel continues to play for the Abbots Langley


Men‘s Football team and also plays for his university team. ―In preparation for the marathon he trains in


the gym on the treadmill and runs daily as well as training with his football teams. Joel decided to raise money for Macmillan


because of the care and support the charity provided to his family during his mother‘s


Joel with his mum Moira.


illness. He said ―In order to pay tribute to what an


amazing mum, wife, daughter and friend she was to so many people I have decided to run the London Marathon and donate the proceeds to Macmillan Cancer Support who really helped her in her final days.‖ Joel has already raised more than £300 and


hopes to raise more. He is still receiving donations and you can donate by visiting www.justgiving.com/Joel-Corsan Macmillan Cancer Support is a registered


charity that offers support to aid those living with cancer, by providing practical, medical and financial support.


By Victoria Giglio


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