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    Weʼve raised £50 to Raise the money for a wheelchair for Chris O'Flaherty who has MND

    Norfolk UK
    Funded on Thursday, 2nd February 2017

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    Emily is doing a sponsored slim to raise money to pay for a wheelchair for her husband Chris. He has MND and needs a new chair for comfort, (he spends most of his time in his chair) and one he can attach a power drive to, to enable him to get out and about more. We are also raising money for the power drive and plan to do more fundraising events. You can get details of her sponsored slim on her Facebook page.



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      • Lisa


        Nov 12, 2016

        Well done Emily


      • Catherine Hobart

        Catherine Hobart

        Nov 11, 2016

        Really hope you get your new chair mate xx


      • Gem


        Nov 11, 2016

        Well done Em! I'm so proud of you :-)!! xxxxx


      • Emma Holmes

        Emma Holmes

        Nov 11, 2016

        Emily I will donate £5 for every stone lost. Keep up the good work x


      • Anonymous


        Oct 20, 2016


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      Annette Smith

      Annette Smith

      Norfolk UK

      The fundraising is to help Chris O'Flaherty. Chris has had MND for 11 years. He has lost his mother and brother to this terrible disease. A few years ago he did the Great North Run in his wheelchair raising money for MND. As MND progresses sufferers need more and more support.

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