Cynthia celebrated her 70th birthday by taking part in the St Michael’s Mount swim

Cynthia celebrated her 70th birthday by taking part in this year’s swim around St Michael’s Mount and raising a Fantastic £2,000 for the Chestnut Appeal.

Cynthia Hollinsworth is a bit of an endurance swimmer and likes to swim breast stroke; following in her father’s footsteps being a great swimmer himself who used to swim before morning surgery.

Being a breast cancer survivor, Cynthia is all too aware of the importance of early detection and took part in the swim to help raise awareness and funds for a charity close to her heart.

‘I want to support the Chestnut Appeal to show support to friends who have faced and some of whom are still facing men’s health challenges: Colin my dear friend and amazing Kundalini yoga teacher, Tony a true friend, professional mentor and colleague., husband of Norma and Andrew, husband of my long-standing school friend Wendy.’

After completing the swim Cynthia was surprised to see friends Tony and Liz who had come down from Knowle near Solihull to support her!

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