Hot Footing it for the Anne Rowling Clinic

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Staff from the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic are “hot footing it” to raise funds for research at the Anne Rowling Clinic.

A team from the Clinic are going to take part in this year’s Fundraise Your Way Halloween Fire Walk on 31st October at the University of Edinburgh.  The team covers a wide range of staff based at the clinic including our receptionist Liz Adams, research nurses Dawn Lyle, Chris Batchelor & Chris Lerpiniere, speech & language therapist Lynda Smyth, Matthew Justin one of our MS specialist nurses, Clinic Administrator Pamela Macdonald and Shuna Colville our Clinic Manager.

Pamela said “At the Anne Rowling Clinic we are always amazed at the kindness and generosity of people who fundraise for us, often at the most difficult time in their life. We are also lucky to have people who volunteer to take part in our research projects and often this involves making long journeys and a great amount of physical effort as a result of their disease. Neuropathic pain is one of the common symptoms suffered by people living with neurological conditions and we wanted to literally ‘walk in their footsteps’.  Often neuropathic pain is described as a burning sensation so the Halloween Fire Walk seemed the perfect fundraising opportunity.”

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Raised: 235%

Team target: £1,150.00

Raised so far: £2,703.00

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Chris Batchelor

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33 donations



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Chris Lerpiniere

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16 donations



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Dawn Lyle

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13 donations



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Elizabeth Adams

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10 donations



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Lynda Tomarelli

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18 donations



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Matthew Justin

Matthew's page

7 donations



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Pamela Macdonald

Pamela's Hot Footing it for The Anne Rowling Clinic page

15 donations



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Shuna Colville

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20 donations



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