I'm fundraising for The Walton Centre Charity because the Walton Centre treated my Mum whilst she was ill.
Mum took ill in January 2003 and sadly passed away in November 2004.
I found an article in the Liverpool Echo where my Mum had written in to say this about the Walton Centre:
I would like to thank the NRU and the Walton Centre at Aintree hospital for all their help. I've been in the hospital since January 2003, firstly I was in ITU, and then I was in the High Dependency Ward. After that I was on Dott Ward for six months and then I was moved to the NRU. It was great. The staff were so friendly and nice. Even when I was upset they would make me laugh. It's so good to be here.
I’ve always wanted to raise money for a charity in memory of my Mum and the Walton Centre done so much for her so I’d like to think she’d be happy with the charity that I’ve chosen.

About The Walton Centre:
The Walton Centre in Liverpool offers a world class neuroscience service which includes many pioneering techniques, cutting edge treatments; and clinicians who are international leaders in their field. Over 100,000 patients are treated at the hospital each year with conditions ranging from head and spinal trauma injuries; brain and spine tumours; Epilipsy, MS, Motor Neurone Disease and Parkinson.

The Charity funds a variety of projects in the hospital including research, innovation, new technology and patient & family facilities. Kieran Robson