Your Fundraising Stories – Ataxia

Your Fundraising Stories

Your Fundraising Stories

365 days of shorts

As you enter the winter period, spare a thought for (the most-likely very chilly) David Arnold! David, the heart-warmingly devoted uncle, has worn a pair of shorts every single day ...
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The EPIC 3-day Cycle

After Richard Bradford organised and completed his EPIC 3-day cycle event in support of Ataxia UK, we met with him to catch up on how it went and his plans ...
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My 12 in 12: James Tattersall

In 2018, James decided to take on the terrific 12 marathons in 12 months. He excelled within the challenge and here tells us his story. My story I was first ...
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My 12 in 12: Donna Vant

As New Year's Day sprung in 2017, Donna decided to begin raising money to support people with ataxia by participating in the 12 in 12 challenge. Donna tells us her ...
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My 12 in 12: James Riddiford

James took on the mighty challenge of running 12 marathons over 12 months in aid of supporting people with ataxia. Here is his journey of races across the world. Why ...
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A Merry Medoc Marathon

On 9 September, Holly Clibbon ran the Medoc Marathon for Ataxia UK – a race that takes runners through the vineyards of Bordeaux and offers unique refreshments along the way! ...
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Running the Dubai Marathon

Andrew Cregeen tells us about running for the Dubai Marathon in October 2017, and what inspired him to do it! I first became aware of the Dubai Marathon back in ...
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Simon’s Half Marathon

We did it! Laura and I walked into the crowds of runners just after 8am on Sunday morning, expectant but surprisingly calm. After ensuring we had everything necessary for the ...
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Shannon Steals the Show!

Here'a a little video we thought we would share with you of the very talented Shannon Bull, daughter of Jim and Kerry, serenading the crowd at the 2016 Belper Games.  ...
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Maxim-um Support!

There are a several thank you messages this time around. First of all, a big thank you to Jacqui Holmes for making all this possible… Jacqui’s daughter was recently diagnosed ...
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John’s 104-mile Bike Ride!

Elaine Macey tells us why she will be cycling 104 miles in memory of John Macey... At the age of 14 and the oldest of four, John decided not to ...
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A Momentous Year

As Ataxia UK celebrates its 50th anniversary, the East of Scotland Branch are this year celebrating their own milestone: 20 years as a Branch. In this article, the Branch Treasurer, Frances ...
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Bridges Walk Success!

After weeks of preparation, planning and anticipation, the City Bridges Walk was finally upon us...and what a day we had!We certainly made an impression as over 100 people took part in ...
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London to Paris

We're delighted to tell you about more fundraising efforts courtesy of the Steege family! You may remember from a previous post that Joanna Steege and Richmond Golf Club helped to raise ...
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Tina’s Hair-Raising Challenge

Tina Evans, a good friend of Ataxia UK, has undertaken a real hair-raising act of fundraising...Tina, alongside five others decided to shave off her hair in aid of the charity! Together ...
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Removing Barriers

Removing Barriers is a light hearted board game which engages users in discussion about the barriers that face disabled people, and suggests ways in which those barriers can be overcome. ...
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Community fundraising

A big thank you is in order to Barry and Christine Ellis who organised a raffle for their local community in Marlborough, raising £100 in the process for Ataxia UK. ...
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Ceri Leather is Fundraising!

Ceri Leather is carrying out an incredible fundraising journey this year in aid of Ataxia UK. Ceri's dad was diagnosed with ataxia in the last two year's after a lengthy struggle ...
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Land’s End to John O’Groats

Rick Pethen took part in a mammoth bike ride with three friends in September, raising just over £2000 for AUK. One of the highlights of the trip for Rick and ...
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A Toast to Joanna Steege

We would like to say a big thank you to the efforts of Joanna Steege, who alongside her friends and family have been exemplary supporters of our work for a number of ...
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Five-a-side Fundraising!

We would like to say a big Ataxia UK thank you to the Ford Engineering Craft and Higher Apprentices, who took part in a Five a Side Football Tournament at Dagenham ...
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Bawburgh Charity Dip

Rupert Hipwell shares his story... "Have you ever tried participating in a live radio interview on BBC Radio to discuss ataxia while at the same time rolling up 250 dates ...
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