I'm fundraising for The Walton Centre Charity! Check out my page to find out why.
To raise awareness of brain tumours and to raise funds for the fantastic work done at The Walton Centre.
Fundraising for the Walton Centre in memory of Steve McEvoy, who died from a brain tumour on 5th December 2010, aged just 55.
We are fundraising for the Horsley ICU Fund, Walton Centre, in memory of our dear friend, Neil Phillips.
Hi had a a brain tumour when I was young and ow my life to the old walton centre and Paul may and his team
In November 2017 our eldest son, James, suffered a major stroke at the age of 29. It is no exaggeration to say that The Walton Centre saved James's life as he spent several months there before moving on to rehabilitation wards on other hospitals. In all, James spent 99 days in hospital.James worked very hard and made an excellent recovery, to the extent that he will be joining me on this walk up Snowdon along with his wife,Lyndsey, and his brothers Mark and Robert..
I'm fundraising for The Walton Centre Charity! Check out my page to find out why...
We’re completing the National Three Peaks challenge for the Sid Watkins Unit in the Walton Centre. The Sid Watkins Unit provided the highest level of care for my Dad during his time there following a brain aneurysm whilst on holiday in Mexico. Sadly my Dad passed away in April this year and there is no better way of remembering him by raising money for a place that gave him out of this world support and care, as well as supporting our whole family during the most stressful of circumstances.