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    Weʼve raised £2,930 to Raise money for Myeloma UK and Motor Neurone Disease Association

    Cheltenham, UK
    Funded on Thursday, 15th November 2018

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    The two charities that have been picked are especially important to two of our players.

    Kerry Baggott explains why Myeloma UK is a charity close to her heart: “On March 3 our lives changed forever when my husband, Jeremy (JB, Bags, Bagman, Jezzer, Jez, Jem, Jer, Matthew) was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma - blood cancer. This rare disease accounts for just 2% of all cancers. There's no cure. But it can be treated to slow it down. After four months of treatment in Dubai - including a new metal 'bone' fitted into his arm - we packed up and left our home for the past 11 years and moved to the UK where in July Jeremy had a stem cell transplant in London.

    We're now under the excellent care of Bournemouth Hospital and creating our 'new normal' on the south coast. Living with Myeloma can be overwhelmingly scary, but with the help of the Multiple Myeloma charity, we have so much support and hope that treatments will continue to progress. There are approximately 17,500 people living with myeloma in the UK - please help support them and give them hope.”

    The second charity has been chosen by George Daldry's wife Marjory who has Motor Neurone Disease and she has chosen the Motor Neurone Disease Association. Around four to five in every 100,000 people in the UK have motor neurone disease. Most people who get it are over 40, but young adults and even children can get some types of the condition. Motor neurone disease affects twice as many men as women. Motor neurone disease affects different people in different ways. The way it affects your life will depend on the type you have, and how old you are when you get it. Some types of motor neurone disease progress slowly, but eventually it becomes more debilitating, and you’ll need more help with everyday activities. There is as yet no cure for Motor Neurone Disease.

    George and Marjory would like you to consider this charity to help provide research into a cure and support for those living with it.



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      • Endsleigh v St Paul’s St Mary’s

        Endsleigh v St Paul’s St Mary’s

        Nov 7, 2018

        Thank you to everyone who donated their match fees on Saturday. This total also includes some donations on the day ❤️


      • Gill Hamlett-Hill

        Gill Hamlett-Hill

        Nov 6, 2018

        What amazing charities to support - the video's uploaded reminded me what a fabulous EIS family we were all part of .


      • Sue Blackbourne

        Sue Blackbourne

        Nov 5, 2018

        Wished we could have been with you to enjoy the day! 2 great causes , Sending love to all.Sue and Mark x


      • Keith and Jasmine

        Keith and Jasmine

        Nov 5, 2018

        Such worthy causes.


      • Tony Rees

        Tony Rees

        Nov 5, 2018

        Excellent causes & a magnificent effort.


      • Suzanne Cropper

        Suzanne Cropper

        Nov 5, 2018

        Fantastic! What a great way of remembering Sean. He must be so proud of you all!Sorry I couldn’t be there for the shenanigans x


      • Amy M

        Amy M

        Nov 5, 2018


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