Laura Williams

Laura & Tony w. Friends - 1000 miles - Land's End to John O' Groats

Fundraising for ME Association
raised of £4,000 target
by 158 supporters
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ME Association

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RCN 801279
We help people with ME/CFS to understand and survive their illness


Thanks for taking the time to visit this page and join us on this journey!

We wanted to do this epic challenge to try and make a powerful impact by raising awareness of ME, which stands for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.

A friend of ours wasn't her usual full-of-life self with her health progressively getting worse. When she finally got the diagnosis, we and many other friends had never heard of ME.

The ME Association raises awareness and funds for crucial research into the disease whilst supporting those affected. Being a complex and poorly understood condition with no clear cure, the work of this charity is invaluable to those suffering and their families.

We won’t be taking bets on who will struggle the most, as we all know who that will be…

Anyone wanting to join us on the journey for a ride, a meal or a drink, our rough itinerary is below. Call/message us if you want to join!

Thanks so much for all your support. We'll keep you posted on our training and our progress on the trip.

Last thing - we will also be raising a personal fund to directly support the family affected. Message us directly if you would like to donate to this fund.

Thanks again!

Laura and Tony

Day 1 (8th August, pm): Land's End - Truro

Day 2 Truro - Callington

Day 3 Callington - Taunton

Day 4 Taunton - Ross-on-Wye

Day 5 Ross-on-Wye - Market Drayton

Day 6 Market Drayton - Chorley

Day 7 Chorley - Keswick

Day 8 Keswick - Moffat

Day 9 Moffat - Loch Lomond

Day 10 Loch Lomond - Glen Coe / Fort William

Day 11 Glen Coe / Fort William - Drummond

Day 12 Drummond - Skail

Day 13 Skail - John O' Groats (and then on to Wick)

About the charity

ME Association

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RCN 801279
The ME Association campaigns hard to get ME recognised as a severe neurological illness. Our helpline provides essential information and support to adults and children who have ME/CFS, and to their families and carers. We also fund biomedical research into the physical nature and causes of ME/CFS.

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