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‘We want to raise money in Katie’s honour’


A


fun day organised by a local family will be held later this month to help raise £10,000


for charity following the death of a much loved family member to ovarian cancer. Katie Law, 29, who grew up in Broomfield Rise


before moving to Manchester, died on February 11 after losing her battle with cancer. Her auntie Jennifer Horgan-Watt, 42 of


Cassiobury in Watford and her mum Mary Munday, 51 who still lives in Abbots, aim to raise the money for Do It for Charity and Ovarian Cancer Action. The fun day, held on Saturday, June 30, at the


Badger Public House in Watford, is inviting families to spend the afternoon enjoying BBQ, games, raffle and an auction as well as sumo suits and face painting for children. A disco will follow in the evening. Jennifer said: ―Katie was always very positive


throughout her treatment and was determined to fight it. ―She wanted to raise awareness and money for


charity and we have decided to do just that for her. It would have been her 30th birthday in November which is why we are aiming for such a high amount. ―We have already raised £5,500 which is


incredible. ―It is amazing how supportive everyone has been including local businesses that have been


Jennifer Horgan-Watt with Katie Law.


incredibly generous in donating a number of auction and raffle prizes.‖ These prizes include jewellery, vouchers, meal


for two, a golf day and a two night stay in London. Jennifer added: ―I am really looking forward to


the event, which has already attracted quite a bit of interest. There are so many people I would like to thank including Darren Seabrook from The Badger as he has been so helpful in not only providing the venue but also helped in paying for the hire of the sumo suits from A&K events.‖ For more information about the fun day


contact Jennifer on 07841 750712 or email jennifer.horgan-watt@nhs.net.


by Tori Giglio


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