Anne Pomeroy – 100 km Thames Walk

Anne Pomeroy, who lives in Chartham, Canterbury is walking 100 km of the Thames Path from Putney to Henley. Anne is walking to support the East Kent Group of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Anne explains why she is keen to support the Motor Neurone Dis

Anne Pomeroy

ease Association.

I am walking in memory of Charlie Van Orsouw. Charlie was a colleague and friend who had MND. My daughter’s godfather, Mark Styles is also living with MND.
I am raising money for East Kent Group of the MND Association. They support people with MND providing care, equipment, support grants, money for research and raising awareness and campaigning.
MND affects up to 5,000 adults in the UK. Six people are diagnosed with MND a day. Six people die a day from MND. MND is a fatal, rapidly progressing disease that affects the brain and the spinal cord. MND affects people from all communities.
This is my way of supporting everyone with MND and their families.
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