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Fancy a SUP paddle across Swansea Bay ?

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Racing4mnd.org is organising a charity SUP paddle across Swansea bay on the 22nd june 2014 for Motor Neurone Disease.

The Heaton Ellis Trust was set up to raise money to support research into this horrific disease and particularly to support the research conducted at Kings College Hospital by Professor Christopher Shaw and his team.

Motor Neurone Disease has been described as the last truly incurable disease of the modern day. There are lots of incurable diseases, but MND is one of the most physically and psychologically challenging, and is rapidly progressive and fatal. It can affect ANY ADULT at any time and attacks the motor neurones that send messages from the brain to the muscles, leaving people unable to walk, talk or feed themselves. It seems to be the case that active and fit people are more likely to develop MND. Why this is the case is not yet known, and further research will help to discover this.

If you feel you are confident to paddle the distance of 5km across Swansea bay from 360 Cafe to Knab Rock, Mumbles – £10.00 entrance includes t/shirt showing sponsors and a free burger at Mumbles Cricket Club afterwards. Come on, it’s for charity.

Probably launch around 1.30-2.00p.m.

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