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The Wolf Run with SAW Health&Fitness

We are tackling the Autumn Wolf Run for Tree of Hope because we want to help Leon take his first steps!!

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Tree of Hope

We offer hope to families to transform the lives of sick children

Charity Registration No. 1149254 In Scotland SC042611


Thanks for taking the time to visit our Wolf Run JustGiving page.

Twenty five of us have joined together to raise money for the Tree of Hope charity, but more specifically for little Leon Thompson. You'll see our team fundraising target on the right. That is just the start and your donation can really help us smash this goal.

We will be doing the Autumn Wolf Run on 03 September 2017 which is a 10km wild run!!

The Wolf Run is Wild Running - a unique combination of three kinds of off-road running: mud runs, trail runs and obstacle runs. The only Wild Run in the UK, it’s a hardcore 10k run across raw natural terrain, including open ground, woodland, lakes & thick mud.

Running in a pack we’ll tackle a series of tough obstacles - both man-made and natural - designed to test our mental & physical strength, skill and stamina. We will run, climb, jump, wade, crawl and swim through a course designed to challenge us on every level.

More information about The Wolf Run can be found here

The Team

Stuart Westwood, Emma Westwood, Sue Wiggins, Annette Lloyd, Gareth Lloyd, Thomas Lloyd, Lynne Griffiths, Paul Alexander, Shane Wheaver, Julie Wheaver, Ad Willis, Jane Hancher, Jenny Cocking, James Barrett, Matt Brunsdon, Steph Hall, Liv Saunders, Big Al Saunders, Claire Equino, Jo Stirton, Kasia Thompson, Kev Quirke, Ad Dolan, Katie Harvey and Ben Baker.

About Leon's First Steps

The SAW Health&Fitness pack will be running, jumping, crawling and swimming to help Leon walk.  Leon is the son of a team member and he was born prematurely at 29 weeks and 3 days weighing under 3lbs.  He suffered a brain haemorrhage and was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at 16 months old.  His family need to raise £80,000 towards a surgery called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) which permanently cuts the nerves that cause spasticity.  He will also require physio equipment and intensive physiotherapy following the surgery.  This is Leon's best chance at being able to walk, free of pain, either with equipment or unaided.  PLEASE HELP LEON TAKE HIS FIRST STEPS

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity.


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