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Fundraising for The Seashell Trust

200 %
raised of £300 target
by 23 supporters
  • Team members: Liam, Peter, Maureen
  • Event: 2010 Bupa Great Manchester Run, 16 May 2010

The Seashell Trust

Seashell Trust (formerly the Royal School for the Deaf & Communication Disorders) provides highly specialist education and residential care for those with severe learning disabilities combined with complex communication difficulties which include hearing and visual impairments, physical disabilities, medical needs and autism spectrum disorders. Our aim is to equip them with the confidence, self-esteem and the communication skills they need to reach their full potential in life.

Charity Registration No. 1092655


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Liam's Teacher, Peter, says:

We are so proud of Liam and what he is achieving with his running. Liam is a 19 year old young Deaf Autistic man with Learning Difficulties. Last year his class began visiting Woodbank Athletics Stadium and Liam amazed everyone with how well he ran. Liam clearly loves to run so we make sure he has plenty of opportunities to do this in his education plan. We now run and train daily before school and running has become an important part of Liam's life. Since running regularly Liam's confidence and self esteem levels have shot up and this has helped improve other aspects of Liam's life, particularly his communication and independence. We're all looking forward to the race and Liam crossing the finish line is going to be such a proud moment for him. He's worked so hard for this!

Please support Liam in this race as much as you can. The Seashell Trust is a fantastic place for students like Liam to learn and your donation will help Liam, and students like him, fulfil their potential and achieve amazing things.

Liam says (translation from attached video):

   Liam (looking at pics): Liam Wheatley, Peter Bradbury, May the 16th, running, lots of people

   Ben: Do you like running?

   Liam: Yes, good.

   Ben: Does running make you happy or sad, which?

   Liam: Happy, good.

   Ben: Fantastic

   Ben: Liam will be running with lots of people!

   Liam: Yes, fantastic!

   Ben: Fantastic!

Maureen says:

What a great inspiration you are Liam keep up the training you will be fantastic


  • Training hard