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13.1 Miles, 2:31 hours and £1350 raised.. we made it and already 1 bottle of prosecco down🍾😆 #emf #mssocietyuk

Watching the London Marathon... It was this day a year ago that I signed up for my very first 10K.... Not a marathon I know, but it's a good start! #running #charity #mssocietyuk

The start of the next adventure! Scotland hasn't disappointed so far, driving rain and headwinds to start the day but I wouldn't want it any other way!
Thank you for everyone's support & sponsors so far. If you would still like to do Tate to this fantastic cause my link is http://biketheusforms.org/cyclists/detail.asp?cid=1201 #biketheukforms #ms #mssocietyuk

Sitting in a sand dune selfie 👭 #mssocietyuk

https://instagram.com/p/BaYbXDeHIMr/ Remember you might have MS but it does not have you! Stay strong and listen to your body 💗 #mssocietyuk #multiplesclerosis #mswarrior

#greatnorthrun done. Didn't get under 2 hours but it's a PB with a cast on😂#fatblokerunning #mssocietyuk @mssocietyuk

I was diagnosed with RRMS on 1st August 2002 – at the age of 25. I had numbness, pins and needles - first in my hand and then on my toes. I was referred to a neurologist who requested I had a lumbar puncture and an MRI scan. The diagnosis took around 11 months. I'd been left in tears after being told I would inevitably end up in a wheelchair and need a carer. I was a young woman studying my AAT exams whilst working as an accounts assistant. How could this be happening? I decided right there and then to live my life to the full and immediately grabbed my younger brother to take us both ice skating. A trip to Australia was next on my list. But soon the numbness and pins and needles were back. I was also starting to experience severe tiredness. Tiredness that made me fear if I walked to the local shops on my lunch break, I wouldn't have the strength or energy to get back. I soon got put on DMTs and was put in touch with an MS nurse. I was still living my life as I was before, I passed my AAT exams and was still working full time, dancing and drinking at the weekends, going to the gym, taking part in 5k runs and socialising. That was 15 years ago. I'm now a stay at home mum to three energetic children. There are lots of school runs, shopping, clubs, housework etc to keep me busy. I also do a bit of collecting for the local MS Society branch and meet up with the young persons’ group. I'm still active and I will never give up. I now work with my body instead of against it. #Applause #inspiration #inspirationalquotes #inspirationalstory #inspirational #multiplesclerosis #multiplesclerosisfighter #multiplesclerosiswarrior #mswarrior #msfighter #multiplesclerosisawareness #mssociety #mssocietyuk

Getting excited for the #lochnessmarathon tomorrow! #wigglewiggle #mssuperstars #mssocietyuk

The countdown is nearly over, weeks of training with some bumps and injuries on the way but tomorrow is the day. I will be running the Birmingham marathon to raise funds for MS Society!
Thank you to everyone that has sponsored me ❤️ (link in bio)

#birminghammarathon2017 #mssocietyuk #birminghammarathon #birmingham

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I was diagnosed with RRMS on 1st August 2002 – at the age of 25. I had numbness, pins and needles - first in my hand and then on my toes. I was referred to a neurologist who requested I had a lumbar puncture and an MRI scan. The diagnosis took around 11 months. I'd been left in tears after being told I would inevitably end up in a wheelchair and need a carer. I was a young woman studying my AAT exams whilst working as an accounts assistant. How could this be happening? I decided right there and then to live my life to the full and immediately grabbed my younger brother to take us both ice skating. A trip to Australia was next on my list. But soon the numbness and pins and needles were back. I was also starting to experience severe tiredness. Tiredness that made me fear if I walked to the local shops on my lunch break, I wouldn't have the strength or energy to get back. I soon got put on DMTs and was put in touch with an MS nurse. I was still living my life as I was before, I passed my AAT exams and was still working full time, dancing and drinking at the weekends, going to the gym, taking part in 5k runs and socialising. That was 15 years ago. I'm now a stay at home mum to three energetic children. There are lots of school runs, shopping, clubs, housework etc to keep me busy. I also do a bit of collecting for the local MS Society branch and meet up with the young persons’ group. I'm still active and I will never give up. I now work with my body instead of against it. #Applause #inspiration #inspirationalquotes #inspirationalstory #inspirational #multiplesclerosis #multiplesclerosisfighter #multiplesclerosiswarrior #mswarrior #msfighter #multiplesclerosisawareness #mssociety #mssocietyuk

https://instagram.com/p/BaYbXDeHIMr/ Remember you might have MS but it does not have you! Stay strong and listen to your body 💗 #mssocietyuk #multiplesclerosis #mswarrior

“In May 2016 i was diagnosed with RRMS, my nan had MS so i was always quite aware of what MS was but until you go through the symptoms yourself and then get diagnosed you can’t quite prepare yourself for it. Having said that I think it affected my mum at first more than me. I swear the first 6 months I was having flare up after flare up, constant pins and needles in my legs, burning sensations on one side of my face, random pain, weakness, numbness and the fatigue was awful. I was so run down. However in January of this year I decided enough was enough, that I wasn’t going to let my MS rule me. I changed my diet, went down to 4 days a week at work and got my fitness back on track. I now train 3 times a week, weight lifting!! I’m stronger than I have ever been, I'm managing my MS really well and loving life. You might have MS but it does not have you!” ----------------------------- ------------This is Zoe. After a difficult time dealing with her symptoms, she decided MS wasn’t going to rule her! These days, she’s training 3 times per week: lifting weights! #Applause #inspiration #inspirationalquotes #inspirationalstory #inspirational #multiplesclerosis #multiplesclerosisfighter #multiplesclerosiswarrior #mswarrior #msfighter #multiplesclerosisawareness #mssociety #mssocietyuk

🤗 Wow!
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🙌 Thank you to everyone that supported our 51km Charity Walk on Sunday, we did it but our feet are very sore!
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🤗 Together with everyone involved and Jonny & Ben Hindley’s support, we raised over £3500+ for @mssocietyuk & @myelomauk
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👇 Please TAG anyone that should see this and help us support these amazing charities via the link in my bio.

“I used to be quite a keen cyclist, doing such rides as London to Brighton, London to Oxford and even 2 triathlons in New Zealand. I was diagnosed with MS in 1993 which has meant I can no longer. ride a 2 wheeled bike because of balance issues or go running which was once my passion or do any other sporting activities. This trike has enabled me to cycle again and enjoy once again the freedom of being outside and to also participate in challenging cycling. The coast to coast is a 99 mile bike ride along old railway lines. i will do it in three days, starting in Ilfracombe, crossing Dartmoor and finishing in Plymouth. I will be joined by my husband and Ted and Janine Pritchard and will start the challenge on 1st September. Please sponsor me in my exciting challenge, no matter how little, because the MS society is carrying out invaluable research into one day finding a cure for this hideous disease that affects thousands of people.” Alison will be doing a 99 mile coast to coast challenge for us in just three days! Round of #applause 👏👏 #inspirational #inspirationalstory #inspirationalquotes #motivation #inspiration #multiplesclerosis #multiplesclerosisfighter #multiplesclerosiswarrior #mswarrior #msfighter #multiplesclerosisawareness #mssociety #mssocietyuk

The countdown is nearly over, weeks of training with some bumps and injuries on the way but tomorrow is the day. I will be running the Birmingham marathon to raise funds for MS Society!
Thank you to everyone that has sponsored me ❤️ (link in bio)

#birminghammarathon2017 #mssocietyuk #birminghammarathon #birmingham

It may be Friday 13th but we’re still excited about the weekend and our @mssocietyuk fundraising events for the month! #metartec #poweringyourfuture

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