Campaigner Dr Kate Granger has reached her target of raising £250,000 for the Yorkshire Cancer Centre.
The inspirational campaigner was diagnosed with a rare and terminal form of cancer five years ago.
Doctor Kate Granger, who's terminally ill, has reached the target of raising one hundred thousand pounds for the Yorkshire cancer centre.
Duncan and Christine spoke to her about how she achieved it.
Dr Kate Granger has hit her fundraising target of £100,000.
She says reaching the target is "inspiring":
A doctor who's got terminal cancer has reached her ambitious target of raising one hundred thousand pounds for charity.
Kate Granger was continuing to bring in the money this morning with another cake sale at the Bexley Wing of Saint James' hospital in Leeds.
She was diagnosed with an aggressive form of sarcoma in August 2011 and drew up a bucket list of things she wanted to do which included raising funds for the Yorkshire Cancer Centre.**
Dr Granger will be joining Duncan and Christine on the Calendar sofa tonight at 6pm to tell them about her fundraising.
Dr Kate Granger, who is terminally ill with cancer and her husband, Chris, have been talking to Calendar's Duncan Wood and Christine Talbot about her "bucket list", the Great Wall of China and the bad news Kate received recently.