Monthly Archives: February 2012

More on Alistair the Optimist

Here’s a great video about Alistair and his story. It also tells the story about how it affects people close to the sufferer. “I think, dealing with it yourself and having it yourself is a better option than having someone, … Continue reading

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Alistair The Optimist

Alistair’s Story: “Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is killing me. It will gradually leave me unable to walk, talk, eat and breathe. I’ll miss out on my kids growing up. There will be things that I will no longer be able … Continue reading

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Bungee Jumping, Sky Diving or Shark Diving?

Have you ever fancied doing a Bungee Jump, Sky Dive or Shark Dive? Well MNDA Scotland are hosting 3 simultaneous events in order to raise money for the charity. It is during MND awareness week which commences on June 23rd and … Continue reading

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Sports fans listen up!

A friend of mine is doing some fundraising for MNDA by climbing mount Kilimanjaro, to raise funds she’s holding an auction with some great prizes. Follow the links of what interests you and place a bid, check out her blog … Continue reading

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Teachers raise money for Motor Neurone Disease

38 people (including many teachers) from Ratcliffe College ran in the Hinckley Half Marathon as part of ‘Carols Runners’ Many never even dreamt of being able to run the distance but everybody finished with some very respectable times! Many are … Continue reading

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Who/What/Why/How

Make sure you check out the Who/What/Why/How section. The link is located on the bottom left of the photo banner next to Home. I hope it’s insightful. 🙂

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Tony’s Story

Tony’s story is horrific like many others, the way the doctors in his clip describe the disease is especially horrific. ‘Their mental faculties are retained, however they can see themselves wasting away…’ It’s the alarming truth of the matter and … Continue reading

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