Raising awareness for Pancreatic Cancer,
fundraising and remembering those we've lost
Jacqui Quinn passed away on the 15th April 2018, at the age of 53, having been diagnosed six months prior with Pancreatic Cancer.
Team Quinn are the family and friends she left behind, united by their resolve to raise awareness of
Pancreatic Cancer amongst GPs and the public.
Early diagnosis saves lives.
Team Quinn are on a mission to raise awareness of Pancreatic Cancer, and to raise funds for the vital work of supporting charities and institutions. In 2018, we'll be taking part in charity events as part of our fundraising initiatives, including long distance running and paramotor endurance challenges!
Retired airman Andy Quinn will be taking to the skies once again, taking up the reigns of a Paramotor. After undergoing intense training in June 2018, Andy will by flying at several charity events over the summer and attempting to cross all four UK countries over a weekend as part of an awareness campaign.
With thanks to:
Alex Quinn, fitness instructor and co-founder of Movement Method will be tackling long distance running events across the UK, kicking off with the 50km Cotswold Way Challenge in June 2018.
Well done Felix!! Running the the Race for Life with his school Friends of St Mary Redcliffe Primary School - independent group Felix raised £170 for Dorothy House !! He's been practising hard during the Windmill Hill junior parkrun over the past few weeks and finished in the top 5 of his year group
Andy met Ben and Rachel on the paramotor course and are all planning on meeting up for a "parafest" of flying along with the other members of the course. Ben and Rachel will be in the air with Andy, providing air support for the latter part of Alex's run on the Cotswold Way Challenge. A massive thank you to a lovely couple!
We have lift off! Check out Andy Quinn reaching a major milestone on the road to paramotor proficiency with his first solo powered flight!
Take a look at the highlights of Andy's last few training days! More ground control, intense session running with the wing, mixed up with theory lessons and finally sticking an awesome practice landing!
Check out the full Ground control video as Andy Quinn takes the first steps toward his paramotor endurance challenge, fundraising for Pancreatic Cancer Action UK.
Our mission is to educate GPs, healthcare professionals and the general public about the symptoms of pancreatic cancer and the necessity of early diagnosis in improving survival rates.
In the UK, almost 10,000 people are newly diagnosed with pancreatic cancer each year. Worldwide there are around 338,000 new cases each year, in Europe that figure is more than 104,000. Pancreatic cancer affects men and women equally with incidence increasing from the age of 45. The average age at diagnosis is 72.
Specifically, we want to make sure that anyone with a close relative whom has had Pancreatic Cancer is aware and vigilant of the symptoms of the disease.
The information provided in this site, or through links to other websites, is not a substitute for medical or professional care and should not be relied upon as such.
Check out this magnificent tribute based on a poem Andy wrote for Jacqui when he was stationed in the Falklands many years ago (more background soon!).
Get in touch direct if you have any questions, ideas for fundraising or questions about what we do. email@example.com