A cancer survivor has come up with a new initiative to donate money to Rennie Grove Hospice Care.

Sarah Cassidy, who founded Place Estate Agents in Seer Green in 2009, revealed to the Bucks Free Press that if a house is sold through the agency, £100 of that sale will go towards the hospice.

Additionally, if a rented property is sold, £50 will then go the Rennie Grove.

This comes after Rennie Grove helped Sarah through her cancer battle, after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012.

And after bravely fighting off the illness the first time round, she was told it was unlikely to return.

But in 2016, she was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer, as the illness had spread to several organs, joints and bones.

She again defeated cancer and looks to help others fighting the illness.

Sarah said: “In 2016, I began to experience severe pain my hip.

“I got on with things for as long as I could but when the pain became unbearable, I went to the doctor and received the shock diagnosis that the cancer had returned but this time it was in both lungs, liver and extensively in my bones.

“Despite going through another round of chemo, I was still in such pain so I went back to my GP and it was at this point that I was introduced to the Rennie Grove Hospice Care nurses as my GP felt they could really help me.

"They offered support to me and my partner and it was so reassuring to know they were there whenever we needed them."

According to Cancer Research UK, breast cancer is the most common cancer in the country, with an estimated 491,300 women who had previously been diagnosed with the illness, avoiding death at the end of 2010.

Cancer Research UK also revealed that breast cancer is more common in white females than in Asian or black females.

Sarah continued: “I think the thing with Rennie Grove is that people might think of it as a hospice as in end of life, but it’s not.

“It’s all about palliative care as well, so people have got a lot of success stories.

“And for myself, I’ve been told there is no sign of the disease, so I’ve done incredibly well, and through the support of the team, and being at work has really kept me going.”

The initiative is to last over a six-month period and offers properties for sale or rent in around Beaconsfield, Gerrards Cross, Rickmansworth, Chalfont St Giles, Chalfont St Peter and Seer Green.