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Isabel Creed

Chiltern challenge and Peak District challenge

Fundraising for Beat

22 %
raised of £1,500 target
by 20 supporters
  • Team members: Fiona creed
  • Event: Chiltern Ultra Challenge 2019, 27 Jul 2019 to 28 Jul 2019

The Big Jump 2019

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On Saturday 5 October 2019, hundreds of brave fundraisers will skydive together to help end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders. Your bravery will mean that fewer people have to face their illness alone.

Charity Registration No. 801343


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As I am sure many of you are aware as a undergraduate I suffered from  severe anorexia that almost cost me my life. 

I have now recovered from anorexia with the help of cotworld house a specialist eating disorders service in oxford. 

Many people however are not as lucky as I was and anorexia is still the mental illness with the largest death rate. 

Following on from mine and Fiona (my mums)  success on the London to Brighton I am walking both the Chiltern challenge and the Peak District challenge for beat. The equivalent of  almost 5 marathons to raise awareness for anorexia and money to help those suffering from this terrible illness.

My mum is also walking  her first 100km after her success on the second half of the London to Brighton. She was in a far superior state to me when she finished. 

Many of you I know donated money for my london to Brighton walk for mind with myself and my mum together raising well over a thousand pounds and we were extremely grateful for all the support we got. 

I would however ask people to consider donating again. Anorexia care is a really poorly funded area of the NHS with many more patients then the service can provide care for.  Beat offer support and advice for people with anorexia and their families and I love to raise as much money as possible for this amazing charity 

Thanks in advance