125 %
raised of £2,000 target
by 101 supporters
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Laura Livingston

BeatMND's Lisburn 3k, 10k and Half Marathon page

Fundraising for Motor Neurone Disease Association

125 %
raised of £2,000 target
by 101 supporters
  • Team members: Laura, Jonny , Ryan , Alan , Rosie, Adam, Mark, Susan, Jude,Ruth,James, Jenny, Pamela, Lynn, Ruth, Alli, Michelle, Linda, Sharon, Claire, Megan, Marty, Alison, Kirker, Graeme and Nathan
  • Event: Lisburn 3k, 10k, Half Marathon, 21 Jun 2017

Motor Neurone Disease Association

We fund care, campaigning and research to achieve a world free from MND

Charity Registration No. 294354


The Livingston's Story

“Our father has had symptoms of MND for the last 6 years now, but only had a confirmed diagnosis in 2016. This condition has greatly impacted on his quality of life.

Dad has lost his mobility, speech and independence; and is also easily exhausted. He is mentally alert but frustated with his communication difficulties!

He is cared for at home by the family and wider family circle. We greatly appreciate the input from the caring services which makes his time at home with the family less stressful."

Ourselves along with close friends and family are doing this to raise money for this worthwhile and needed charity which supports people with this condition.

The BeatMND Team is

Laura Handley, Jonny Dewart, Ryan Handley, Alan Feely, Rosie Simpson, Adam Poots, Mark Livingston, Susan Graham, Jude Armstrong, Ruth Sterling, James Livingston, Jenny McDowell, Pamela Allen, Lynn Kerr, Ruth Colhoun, Alli Connolly, Michelle McMahon, Linda Knox, Sharon Ross, Claire Kelso, Megan Creighton, Marty Barr,  Alison Wilson, Kirker McMurray,Graeme Kerr, Nathan Armstrong

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  • Dad with grand daughter Sarah