I don’t suppose any of you will be surprised to hear that I’m fundraising again. I know - I’m a pain aren’t I?!
I’ve done many runs over the years and I’ve always done them to raise funds for charities that mean something to me. This time is no different.
Back in January my son in law Kev became desperately ill very suddenly. Despite the incredible efforts of the neurology ICU at St George’s hospital, Kev lost his fight for life leaving behind my daughter Kirsty and their then 2 year old twins. The twins celebrated their 3rd birthday just a few days before their Daddy’s funeral.
It was a truly dreadful time for everyone who knew and loved Kev. He was 38 years old, he was a lovely man and a proud husband and Daddy.
The loss of Kev continues to cause waves of sorrow and anguish for everyone. It’s a massive adjustment for everyone to make - especially the twins who miss him but are too young to understand why Daddy hasn’t come home.
The staff of the ICU took such care of Kev and were so supportive of Kirsty that I feel I need to do something to show my appreciation. Attempting to run 10 k in May is the best I can do for now.
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Running For Kevellar
Raising money for Neuro ICU at St George’s for St George's Hospital Charity because we all miss Kev & I have to do something xx
We supplement NHS funding at St George's to enhance the Hospital's services
Charity Registration No. 1171195