Banbury area mother - daughter team raise nearly £1,000 for charity in January running challenge

A Banbury area mother and daughter team raised nearly £1,000 in running challenge for Pancreatic Cancer UK.

By Matt Elofson
Wednesday, 3rd February 2021, 9:44 am
Updated Wednesday, 3rd February 2021, 9:57 am
Tracey Wilson and her daughter, Phoebe, completed the 31 miles in 31 days running challenge to help the Pancreatic Cancer UK charity
Tracey Wilson and her daughter, Phoebe, completed the 31 miles in 31 days running challenge to help the Pancreatic Cancer UK charity

Tracey Wilson and daughter both ran a total of 31 miles in 31 days for the month of January after learning a close family friend spent Christmas in hospital undergoing surgery for the aggressive condition.

Tracey’s daughter, Phoebe, who is a junior doctor in Bournemouth also run the same challenge as part of her mother's team and together they raised £800 for Pancreatic Cancer UK.

Tracey, who is the headteacher for St John's Priory School in Banbury, has also completed other running challenges for charity including: Run Every Day for Mind - the mental health charity and a The London Parks Half marathon for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Tracey Wilson completed a 31 miles in 31 days running challenge during the month of January to help Pancreatic Cancer UK