On 26th September 2021, I will be "walking" the Manchester 10K. This is to raise funds for the Steven Beech "Be Better" Foundation which family and friends started in memory of my son Steven.

As most of you know Steven was tragically killed in 28th May 2018. This left an enormous void in our lives. He would no doubt be much amused at the idea of his parents walking 10K!

His mantra was "Be Better" with which he encouraged people to be more positive about themselves and simply “Be Better“ in any way be it large or small.

For many years I've been a "couch potato" - even my job, before I retired, involved more sitting down than standing up! Steven's mantra has inspired me to become more active and more positive - to "Be Better". So, along with my husband George, started walking - training for the 10K!!

I am hoping I can inspire others to sign up for the Manchester 10K and walk with us to raise funds for the Foundation. If you would like to join us please contact me on the following email address - You are never too old (I'm 72 - hence "walking"!).

If you want to know more about the Foundation please click on the link below.



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Steven Beech 'Be Better' Foundation

As Steven's family and close friends we want to build a legacy to the person he was.When Steven was tragically killed in Miami on 28th May 2018, he made the ultimate gift of life, as a registered organ donor, by immediately saving two people's lives with his kidneys.The Foundation's objective is to promote and advance activities that Steven was involved in, passionate about or of great interest to him.


£1,085.00 raised of £1,000.00 target by 30 supporters

£910.00 donated plus £175.00 in GiftAid


From 22nd March 2021. Until 23rd March 2022.


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