The Four Ah-Me-Knee-Goes
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A challenge for David's Stag do!
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Fundraising for Muscular Dystrophy UK
Muscular Dystrophy UK
We fund research into muscle-wasting to improve the lives of everyone affected.
We are do this for Isabella..
I'm Isabella Ambler ! Im 11 years old and in my second term at high school and also I have Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy. Muscular dystrophy is when my muscles aren't as strong as a normal child's muscles. I struggle to walk long distances I can only walk around 3 quarters of a mile without stopping or getting pain in my legs. I have a power chair at school but a lot of people don't understand and sometimes think I don't need one. I struggle with normal tasks like getting up the stairs, picking stuff up off the floor, putting my hand up for too long in class and writing for too long but all my friends at school help out.
My friends Mcfly, Robin, Rich and Milsey are doing the Three Peaks Challenge to raise money for other children with Muscular Dystrophy. The Three Peaks challenge is to try and climb the three highest mountains in England, Wales and Scotland all in one go.
All the money will go to Muscular Dystrophy UK and will help lots of other children with different types of muscular dystrophy.
We would like as many people to put money towards this as it will help to try and find cures for muscular dystrophy.
I hope you can donate because even the littlest amount helps.
Muscular Dystrophy UK is the charity for 70,000 people living with muscle-wasting conditions. They are making a difference today, providing vital information and support to help people live as independently as possible. They are making a difference for tomorrow, accelerating progress in research and driving the campaign for access to emerging treatments.
Homepage of Muscular Dystrophy UK.
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This challenge took place on Saturday, 27 May, 2017.
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National Three Peaks Challenge
The National Three Peaks Challenge takes in the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales, often in 24 hours.