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Tiff faces breast cancer head- on with charity fund-raiser


In July this year PFEW National Board member Tif Lynch was told she had breast cancer. But, as anyone who knows her would have predicted, she vowed to meet it head-on. So, just days before starting a gruelling eight


cycles of fortnightly chemotherapy, which will be followed by surgery and radiotherapy, she enlisted her 11-year-old daughter to shave of her hair. The 14.5 inches of her locks were promptly


donated to the Little Princess Trust which provides wigs to young people who have lost their hair through cancer treatment. Tif, former Chair at Leicestershire Police


Federation, also raised almost £3,600 for the Emma Shaw Foundation, a charity set up in memory of a Leicestershire Police staf member who died in August 2019. “Having found two small lumps in my left breast, I did my crying in the two weeks that I


Tiff Lynch and daughter Rhiana


waited for a diagnosis. I then knew I had to face it head-on,” Tif explained. “This is by far the biggest fight of my life, but it will be won with grit, determination and with all I have. It is treatable and my prognosis is good but I wanted to turn something nasty into something positive for others by taking control and donating my hair to such a great cause and raising money for a charity close to the hearts of everyone in my home Force.” Tif, who is Secretary of both the National


Federation’s Parliamentary Working Group and Conduct and Performance Committee, admits that after a career built around being someone people came to for help it has been difcult adjusting to being the one needing extra support. “Of course, a cancer diagnosis turns your


world upside down and it just feels like everything


has flipped. I have always been the one people approached for help, but I am picking my way through, finding out what support and help is available to me,” she said. “I am keeping everyone posted along my


journey but just wanted to say thanks to everyone for all their support. I am totally overwhelmed but this support is definitely keeping me going.”


Tif is liaising with the PFEW Wellbeing Sub-Committee on a study of the longer-term support ofered by forces to ofcers returning to work after treatment for serious illnesses. She would like to hear about members’ experiences – positive or negative. Email TLynch@polfed.org


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