Clara Bernstein ran 10km in the Manchester ‘Run in the Dark’ at the end of 2014 in recognition of the great bravery of her friend Darren Walshaw who was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour last August. He and his wife, Carmel and their two sons have responded to this shocking diagnosis with immense… Read More
Gail Easton supported one of her local primary schools in fundraising for the Leighanne Easton Fund. She wrote: “Our school had a successful purple day so I popped over to see everyone (as I work at a different school on Tues and Wed) and shocked the kids with how purple I had gone! I love… Read More
Katherine – you did it! Well done. Hope you’re not too saddle-sore after such a marathon cycle ride. All the money you raised will go into the Leighanne Easton Fund to promote greater awareness and earlier detection of brain tumours in young adults.
This is a shortened version of the highly entertaining article just sent to us by Chief Organiser Jonathan Russell. The full text will appear in our next issue of KITE where you will find out exactly how it happened and who won this epic contest. Many thanks to all who helped along the way. It… Read More
Last December Andrew Conlon, aged five, completed the Santa Dash in Glasgow with his Dad, Michael. They made a donation to Brain Tumour Action and we were delighted to present Andrew with a special Certificate to mark his brilliant achievement.