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Charity gig night!

For my final big fundraising push a charity gig night was held live in my living room! Local musician Gary Osborne kindly offered to perform and family and friends were invited to attend the event at £5 a ticket. 521 more words

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Progress

In my last blog post I talked about how my shin splints were persisting and my training plan was pretty much out of the window with me concentrating on my recovery. 538 more words

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Another work cake sale!

After the Christmas festivities I knew a lot of my work colleagues were either on a diet of some sort or getting fit for the New Year. 485 more words

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My Story Part 1: the Day I Fell Ill

Meet 19-year-old me:

It’s 1999. 19-year old me is on my gap year in Australia and 100% focused on excitement, adventure and meeting boys! 19-year old me is having an absolute blast. 3,859 more words

Festive fundraising!

December has really been an excellent month for fundraising! I announced in my last blog post that I now have a partnership with TredFlex as my exclusive corporate sponsorship and they have donated £350 to the cause (they also currently have a sale on, 25% off their whole range so check it out… 491 more words

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Danny's story...

The following presentation was written and delivered by Danny Sweatman at a Meningitis Research Foundation symposium earlier this year, outlining his story in remembrance of Joe and Ryan. 3,467 more words

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Month off

In my last blog post I mentioned that I had suffered a slight calf strain. This happened when I was enjoying a lovely wet run around Brixworth Country Park on mile 6 with only 700 metres left of the circuit.  708 more words

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