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|6 races in 4 weeks|
Derbyshire runner, Clint Spencer, is facedthe challenge of his life in May, all in a quest to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA). Inspired by his wife’s aunt, Lesley Silvester, who lives in Macclesfield and was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease last year,
Clint ran an impressive six races, including five half marathons and culminating in the Tough Mudder obstacle race; all in just four weeks!
Emma Greenwood is organised a 6 hour Spinathon for MND on 23rd/24th November at Tracey's Pilates Studio in Woolston.
In the picture Emma Greenwood’s father in law being pushed by his three grandsons
|The Great North Run|
After my grandad passed away in October 2011, I made it a mission to help raise awareness for a disgusting disease which kills people at any age. It has over the last few years became more known to public but it is still not widly recognised by the public at large. All the money raised by MNDA goes to either research or supporting suffered or carers directly.
So my next mission is to run the Great North Run and to do it well!!!! I have recruited some my Brother( who is a fab runner) and my boyfriend (he has a nice bum so I can keep motivated) we need to raise £400 each and will be running 12.6 miles together on September 15th 2013.
On Thursday 1st August myself & partner Nicki will cycle the Trans Pennine Trail from Southport to Hornsea, covering 207 miles West to East coast, over two and a half days, with the object of raising both money for and creating greater awareness of Motor Nuerone Diease.
The ride will be self planned and self funded.
We ask you for your support, no matter how big or small, in our goal, it all makes a difference. Check out our progress by visiting http://c2c4mnd.blogspot.com
The Great North Run
Please support our Branch Treasurer Martin and his wife Claire who have volunteered to enter this years Great North Run being held on 16th September.
This is what they say on their JustGiving site
I'm running the Great North Run with my husband Martin for Motor Neurone Disease Association because my dad suffers from this terrible disease.
We decided it was about time we helped raise awareness and some much needed funds to support people living with MND and research a cure for the disease. Martin and I are very new to running and this will be our first event so please give what you can to this very worthy cause"
Amy's training regime
The Great North Run
Not to beg or anything but... please, please, please sponsor me to run the Great North Run this September! Any of you that know me will know I'm not what they call a 'natural athlete'. In fact - I'm anything but! But... I've decided to challenge myself and run a half marathon and raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
I volunteer for the association in my spare time, so I know first hand how much of a difference your donations will make to those living with the condition and how much it will be appreciated!
Branches of the Cheshire Building Society across the area are hoping to raise in excess of £1,000 each for MND and have various activities planned such as raffles, coffee mornings, sponsored karaoke, clothes swaps, bag packing events, charity dinners, cake sales, a fancy dress pub crawl and even, in the case of one branch, a sponsored leg shave!
Nationwide Building Society now owns the Cheshire, Derbyshire and Dunfermline Building Societies and in addition to the local branch fundraising activities the Area Managers from the three societies have agreed to cycle from Derbyshire to Dunfermline via Cheshire over a 6 day period next April
3 Peaks Challenge
Joel Hewitt is taking part in the 3 peaks challenge with 8 of his close friends. His grandfather Tom Bourne is living with MND.
Joel will be attempting this challenge in June.
Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page in memory of Rob Shaw.
As many of you know, Rob fought Motor Neurone Disease (MND) with enormous bravery, determination and dignity.
I made a promise to Rob last year that I would take part in the Wilmslow Half Marathon 2011 which was held on Sunday 27th March and all money raised would go to MND
Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.
I cycled from Lands End to John O'Groats in August 2010, which was 888 miles over 11 consecutive days. Thanks to everyone that sponsored me, I really do appreciate it. support,
My Dad had Motor Neurone Disease and sadly died from it in 2004, so when Iwas choosing a charity to support, it was a simple decision to choose MNDA. I had previously raised and donated £1,300 in 2006 through a sponsored weight loss.
I have juggled the online and offline donations to headline the TOTAL figure I estimate is the final sum raised, (which includes all Gift Aid contributions). £4,400+ is more than I could ever imagine I could raise, so thanks again