In July 2013 the world changed we were blessed with a gorgeous little boy called Freddie. Freddie was born with Epidermolysis Bullosa a very painful and fragile genetic skin condition, he was born with no skin on his hands and feet, along with blisters in his mouth and under his chin. Every day for Freddie is a painful struggle with dressings, popping blisters and medicine ever present in his daily routine. At 9 weeks old we spent 3 months at Great ormond street with Freddie fighting infections and hurdles ever day.
2 years down the line I've finally plucked up the courage to get fit and lose weight and take on the challenge of doing the Men's Health Survival of the Fittest 10km assault course at Wembley Park on November 26th 2016. As if I needed anymore insentive to get in the best condition I can from the size that I have started this training I will be trying to raise as much money as possible to help try and find a cure for this horrible disease that Freddie and all the other butterfly's suffer from every day.
Every donation however big will make a massive difference to many lives so I would just like to thank you in advance for your kind donations.