Sue Ryder Nurses and healthcare teams are always there for local people who are in need of palliative care. They are providing incredible emotional support as well as specialist medical care to people who are finding themselves in unimaginably difficult circumstances. I am asking you to give whatever you can afford at this difficult time. Every pound you give could make the difference to whether they can be there or not. It is that simple.
With many health conditions going untreated over the last year, we believe more people will need our care in the coming months. And 3 in 4 people would prefer to die at home or in a hospice. So your support really is more important than ever.
In these unprecedented times of hardship and a cost of living crisis, it’s more important than ever that we care for our loved ones and show some empathy and understanding, many charities rely on donations and volunteers to help maintain a good quality of life, such as people who Manorlands provide a service for. Many contributions and fund-raising activities have dropped so we need to pull together and help in any way. If you would like to help those in Manorlands to raise the quality of life for people they care for then please donate no matter how small the donation, every little helps and every little helps bring a smile to someone.
I’ll be cycling from Lords- home of MCC to Twickenham, then To Brentford football club and up the Grand Union canal towpaths to Birmingham, to Tamworth, Coventry, Stoke Macclesfield, Manchester and then round to Rochdale, Hebden Bridge, Brighouse, Wakefield and finally Leeds to Gargrave. Stopping at 61 football, cricket of rugby venues big or small to raise awareness for 3 special causes, why 61? I will be 61 in May so one venue for every year of my life.
A total of 400 miles in 5 days
It will be tough and painful but worth it if I can help others so please donate