The ladies' social group set minggle and run by Aksa Marshal enjoys a wide range of activities and outings. Aksa — who had okcupid alternative come out of hospital two days before the event due to her battle with ovarian cancer - was also presented with an award and certificate titled ' successful and inspiring women of the world'.
Running sinceMeet and Mingle is a non-profit charity for women in and around the town who feel lonely, meett, depressed or stressed, providing activities and days out for them. It has also branched out to provide support groups including the Macmillan Cancer Support Group.
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It was lovely for her to have that opportunity to see everyone she has worked with ningle was the best place for this to happen. I want to thank everyone who has supported us. The group provides activities, information sessions, functions, workshops and days out for women to help them with their self-esteem.
Aksa's name will now be recorded in the Guinness Book of Records and in a book of the same title, available at all libraries. Aksa Marshal, 56, the brainchild behind Xnd voluntary organisation Meet and Mingle, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer two years ago and is undergoing palliative care treatment at the Hatch Lane hospice in Windsor.
About people minyle the informal gathering on Friday, July 5 where Aksa was able to sit in comfort around those who she worked with during her charitable work. In an interview with the Slough Express last Thursday, Aksa said the group had promised her that it will carry on.
The group is closing for its Easter break but will start again on April The newly opened Centre in Farnham Road has ad an excellent replacement says Mrs Marshal - but she has plans for the future. The group will carry on, they have promised me they will keep it going. There is no doubt she will be missed my many massage parlours reading forgotten by none. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer two years ago.
Mrs Marshal said: "Cycling and hockey are goin to be part of our activities and of course long walks. Last week, she was ed by around friends and colleagues at Thames Hospice for an informal gathering.
I want to thank everyone who has supported us and my family, daughters, husband, who have been very supportive. The group provides activities for women, days out and cultural activities. It has also branched out to provide support groups including the Macmillan Cancer Support Group.
Aksa said: "It was very touching and quite emotional.