Tag Archive: HemiHelp

Apr 10

the only way is Sussex – Brighton Marathon review

Brighton in full glorious sunshine

Wow that was a scorcher. Felt like 30 degrees at least out there. Any thoughts that we would pick the Brighton Marathon off with no pain was soon dispelled after 15 miles in the midday sun. I don’t think I’ve ever seen so much St John’s ambulance action in a race with heat exhaustion bodies …

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Mar 11

From the bottom of our hearts

A huge thank you to all of you who supported us at last nights Quiz/Auction in support of HemiHelp. Hopefully you all agree that it was a truly awesome evening. With your support we believe we have raised over £1200 pounds which will go a long way towards our £10000 target. Congratulations to ‘The Outsiders’ …

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Mar 03

Lets Get Quizical

Firstly another HUGE shout out to all the amazing people who have flooded the charity donation website with a big shout out to the extended Bestvina clan. Thanks also to the amazing Dan/Christian, Ryan, Spencer, Colin, Carol/Jon & Chloe, Mary, Rich, Chris, Linzi, Tiny, Uncle P & Aunt J, Paul, Tina, Mega, Dave, Eddie & Alice, …

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Feb 15

Who are we?

Ok. So many friends and family and a few stray folk on the world wide web have been probing us for some context as to who we really are and why we are doing this. So if you click on the first of the two new links ‘About HemiHelp and Holly’ you will be able to …

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Feb 09

£1000 and Steve J in the mix

Its been a great day today folks. Most importantly thanks to some generous donations today we achieved our first major milestone – £1000 raised for HemiHelp. So thankyou Marcie, Gracie, Ross family and Anonymous (dont forget to add your name and Giftaid on the Virgin sponsorship website :-)) Also today saw the biggest gathering of …

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Jan 15

We’re running for HemiHelp

Brighton Marathon, Brighton to London, London Marathon… all in the space of eight days. We’re running for HemiHelp. Hemiplegia is a neurological condition that weakens one side of the body and affects one child in a thousand. It is sometimes described as a form of cerebral palsy and the effects are similar to those of …

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