A YOUNG cancer survivor from Shepton Mallet puts his strong recovery down to his endless positivity.
Timmy Ashfield, 28, was diagnosed with bowel cancer last May and given the all-clear earlier this month after a course of chemotherapy and an operation.
He stayed at his job as a baker at Denela’s throughout his treatment. During Glastonbury Festival, which Denela’s supplies, Timmy still worked a 70-hour week.
“The biggest thing was normality,” he said. “It was good being at work because it keeps you in normality.
Originally posted by the Shepton Mallet Journal.
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