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3 Nations Dementia Working Party Web development....

Monday saw me off to London at silly o’clock for a web site meeting for the 3 Nations Dementia Working Party. Alex Preston had been doing a fab job at getting things sorted and now me, Shelagh Robinson and Hilary Doxford were meeting up with him to discuss how we go forward. 608 more words

Raising Awareness

Health Update - August 2017! 

Hello lovelies,

I’m back again today with another health update for you. I thought it was about time I brought one too you as I’ve had a few different appointments, test results and general things happen within my hectic life lately which I wanted to share with you all. 1,532 more words

Me, Myself & I

Diamonds are forever Charity Ball in Alton, Hampshire

Hi all.

My amazing Bestie and a group of her lovely friends arranged a brilliant charity ball at the start of October last year. It was in aid of 2 incredible charities that are close to hers and my heart. 316 more words

Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Inspiring others: An Instructor’s Blog

As we move about the routine of our lives, it becomes easier to follow the daily pattern we have set up for ourselves. Even if our days are slightly different from the day before, our patterns of work are fairly stable and consistent. 325 more words

Raising Awareness

A Room So Still and Quiet It Hurts: A Collaboration of Warriors

In memory of Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell and all that wrestle with the demon of depression and have walked too close to the edge of the abyss. 1,373 more words

Friends Of Blood Into Ink

Aurora Phoenix reblogged this on Insights from "Inside" and commented:

I had the honor to participate in this collaborative piece acknowledging the reality of the demons of depression and despair. An amazing group of writers poured their souls into this piece.

Raising Money For Breast Cancer Care

Here at TMP Bristol we had ourselves an afternoon tea to fundraise for Breast Cancer Care; an amazing UK charity dedicated to providing support and care to people affected by breast cancer. 215 more words