Supporting Alzheimer's Research UK

13th May 2024
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We would like to wish Terry, Patricia and John the best of luck today as they embark on a 60 mile walk over the next 4 days. Their route takes them from Stockton Hub to Newcastle Campus for Ageing and Vitality to raise awareness and vital funds for Alzheimer's Research UK.
We are very proud to sponsor our friend and client, Terry to complete the walk for a cause so close to many. Every 3 minutes dementia steals a happy every after and research and development is vital to one day finding a cure and change the ending for those diagnosed.
If you would like to read the story behind this extraordinary walk or donate then please click on the following link:

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