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Essex Patient Donates Prize Money
A cancer survivor from Essex who has been named as the UK's Queen of Chat will donate £1,000 of her prize money to the unit where she was treated.
Christine Taylor, 60, from Leigh-on-Sea, won the title from FirstCape Cafe Collection and was presented with her prize by singer and Strictly Come Dancing star Alesha Dixon (pictured).
In total, she won £2,000 prize money and a year's supply of FirstCape Cafe Collection wine.
Half the money will be donated to Southend Breast Unit where she was treated for cancer in 2000. She will use the remaining £1,000 to take her granddaughters on holiday.
Christine said: "I was told to enter by a friend who'd heard about the competition, as she thought I would be perfect for it. I'm so happy that I'm able to give back to the Southend Breast Unit, who saved my life, and that I'm going to be able to take my beautiful granddaughters on holiday."
Drivers in Essex are being urged to slow down when it's raining - after 5 deaths and 69 serious injuries on the county's roads in the last year.
A new service is now available in Essex, providing a single point of contact for victims and survivors of sexual violence and child sexual abuse.
More than 100 people have lost their lives through suicide in prisons in England and Wales so far this year - nine at Chelmsford Prison.
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