It’s seconds out for a father and son as they are doing their bit in the boxing ring to try to knock out breast cancer.
Bill Kemp, 48, from Coulsdon, and his 27-year-old son, Billy, will be getting into the ring at a special cancer charity boxing show at the Clapham Grand on March 30, to raise awareness for breast cancer and the care that Breast Cancer Care offers.
“My aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013 and I wanted to take on this challenge to raise money for Breast Cancer Care and support others who are facing a diagnosis,” Billy Kemp said.
The father and son duo have been training for two months at Train2Fight in Clapham, with the aim of taking part in the charity boxing match against other boxers from a nearby gym. “Both me and my dad have never boxed before, but eager to show what we have learned,” Billy Kemp said. Continue reading