Hill is battling advanced lung cancer

Singletrack deputy editor Jenn Hill steps down

Singletrack’s deputy editor Jenn Hill is to leave the role having battled Stage IV lung cancer for over 12 months.

Since her diagnosis last year, Hill has continued to work at Singletrack through chemotherapy, drug trials, gamma knife surgery and further chemo.

Her treatment options are now at an end and she’s leaving the magazine and website to spend the last months of her life with friends and loved ones, supported by St Gemma’s Hospice and the team at St James’s Insitute of Oncology, Leeds.

The awful news has understandably deeply affected the Singletrack team and all those who know Hill. Singletrack has – at her request – chosen Cancer Research UK and Macmillan Cancer Support as its two nominated charities. Singletrack is raising funds through donations from print and digital subscriptions as well as Issue 100 Cover prints and mug sales.

All the details are in this Singletrack story from publisher Mark Alker.

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