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Whaplode St Catherine pub backs fight against ovarian cancer




Bosses at a pub in Whaplode St Catherine hope to be pulling in the pounds for a good cause throughout March.

John and Jen Lusher, who own the Blubell in Cranesgate, are for the third year in a row supporting the ovarian cancer charity Ovacome.

Their fundraising was inspired by Moulton gran Lesley Sage, a survivor who is coming up to her sixth anniversary of major surgery.

Lesley Sage with husband Pat (left) and pub landlord John Lusher.
Lesley Sage with husband Pat (left) and pub landlord John Lusher.

Lesley said: "Throughout the whole of March, the Bluebell will donate £1 for every carvery served in their restaurant to Ovacome and double this to £2 on Mother’s Day, March 31.

"Ovacome is the only UK ovarian cancer charity to focus entirely on offering support to all those affected by ovarian cancer."

Ovacome has a Freephone helpline, 0800 008 7054, and its work includes teaching health professionals about a disease that can be difficult to spot.

The acronym BEAT covers most but not all symptoms: B is for bloating that is persistent and doesn’t come and go; E is for eating difficulty and feeling full more quickly, A is for abdominal and pelvic pain you feel most days and T is for toilet changes in urination or bowel habits.



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