This is the story of why we are wanting to do the Wag this way. We as a group have been through different things with friends and relatives and in person, I will start with my story my name is Thomas my grandfather sadly passed away last and the city hospice organised and put things in place for him so that he could live the remainder of his life at my aunts so he was more settled. Also me and Paul who is my partner lost a very dear friend a year ago last January he suffered for a long time battling against cancer but sadly lost the battle but the hospice also help him cope and put things in place to look after his care until her went I to home towers in Penarth. Myself and Paul also live with my grandparents Margaret and Gerald sterio, nan is stuffing with a condition called CBD or PSP and the City hospice help nan come home from hospital right in time for Christmas and arrange through a few members of your team the equipment we need at home for myself Paul and Gerald and the care team that call each day to look after nans needs. This is why nan Margaret is also doing the walk but in her wheelchair that we will push she just wants to say a big thanks you as do us all. Our other family members as well as our handsome dog Ralph are also taking part in the walk just so that we can all as a group give a little something back myself and Paul work in the care sector in Romilly nursing home in Cnton Cardiff who are also Donating money to the cause
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