THE FAMILY of a Neston woman who lost her battle with breast cancer have started a campaign aiming to send her photograph all around the world.

Jo Peers passed away on February 17 aged just 36.

Jo’s cousin Donna Webb started the photo campaign after a dream led her to consider all the places Jo never got to visit.

Donna said: “I had a dream that we were on holiday and I woke up sad to think she’d never get to see all the places she would of loved to of seen, all the places she would have had fun in.

“I thought maybe she is visiting the world wherever she is and I had an image of what the photos would be like if she sent them for us to see.”

Donna herself has received cancer treatment having been diagnosed in 2008 with follicular lymphoma.

Both women strengthened their already close bond; Donna said they found they both saw “the world through a different lens”.

Jo’s picture has already been up Blackpool Tower, Dublin, Beijing and even Australia.

The journey can be followed by visiting the Facebook page ‘Go Jojo’.

An internet fundraising drive to raise cash for Clatterbridge Cancer Charity has been launched.

Donna said: “Clatterbridge and the teams there have been absolutely fantastic in their care and support of Jo.

“Jo could not speak more highly of them - and neither can I and the rest of her family.”

A target of £500 has been set and so far £412 has been raised.

Anyone who would like to donate should visit