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Wirral Council is first in Merseyside to adopt charter on Motor Neurone Disease

(pictured left to right) Cllr Steve Williams, Debbie Williams (MND Associate Visitor), Yvonne Williams, recent MND carer and Cllr. Chris Blakeley


Wirral Council has become the first council in Merseyside to commit to adopting the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Charter after campaigners contacted councillors in the summer, asking for action to improve the way in which people with MND are supported. 288 more words

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Fighting A Losing Battle

The last 18 months have been a whirlwind of emotions, from the joy of home educating to realising our dream of living half the year in Ibiza and then finally the devastating news that my mum had Motor Neurone Disease. 769 more words


From London to York with the MND Association 

When I first started writing this blog post, I expected it to be a rundown of my volunteering in my last few months in London, and my first few in York. 491 more words

Motor Neurone Disease

"keep on going like a Duracell battery"

Actress Gina Bellman whose mum has MND

Cristian and I have taken another 6 portraits which gets us very close to the final 26!

When we started the project Sarah Ezekiel (who you’ll remember from my last post) suggested we had to include actress Gina Bellman in our 26 Miles portraits. 428 more words


My First Marathon: Bournemouth Marathon Review

I decided to run the Bournemouth full marathon (26.2miles) on October the 2nd this year, for a number of reasons.

  1. I love setting myself new, physical challenges and this was definitely a first for me…
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No words just pain Hear the cries, feeling it destroy my brain.

No way past, Brick on brick the weight to much to last.

A nest in my mind, I lay awake, eyes shut, You’re all I can find… 37 more words


End-to-End - Brian Nulty’s 2009 Land’s End to John O’Groats bike ride


This section of my blog is dedicated to the bike ride my brother, Brian Nulty, completed in May 2009. He rode from Land’s End to John O’Groats over a period of 19 days and covering 1,156 miles (1,861 km). 148 more words