Huntingdon-based accountant Jade Siggee was looking for a way to challenge herself. That challenge came in the form of a 13-mile run round the streets of historic Peterborough.
On Sunday 30th September, 85 runners will take to the streets of Cheltenham in support of palliative, neurological and bereavement support charity, Sue Ryder.
"Week four of my race to complete a six-week half marathon training programme has come and gone," writes our National Events Fundraiser Henry. "Now I’m staring down the barrel of the last two weeks of preparations for the race." Find out how prepared he's feeling in the latest instalment in our blog series.
National Events Fundraiser Henry is three weeks into his Royal Parks Half Marathon training routine - and it's dawning on him that he doesn't have much time left to get race day-ready!
At Sue Ryder we’re proud of our expert palliative and neurological care, as well as our online bereavement support, but we want to be there when it matters for more people by 2023.
Containing analysis carried out by independent experts, the report shows that proactive care early in someone’s life, such as self-management support and advice or respite care, can save in the region of 30–50% annually when compared to reactive care, i.e. when someone’s health requires urgent care.
In this edition, we’re celebrating the many ways that our supporters are making a difference with four pages of special mentions.
The Chantry, one of four Sue Ryder centres dedicated to providing care for people with neurological conditions, is holding an open day on Thursday 20th September 2018.
Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice in Moggerhanger in Bedfordshire is preparing to open its doors on Tuesday 18th September for a recruitment open day. They are keen to meet potential Nurses, Nursing Assistants, catering, domestic and maintenance staff.
National Events Fundraiser and Team Incredible Captain Henry Fleming is training for a half marathon in just six weeks. During week two, he blogs about how he’s gradually increasing the length of his runs – and, with the help of much fitter colleagues, his fitness.