WALK TO D’FEET – Badminton

Sunday 2nd September 2018 – 12.00 Noon to 4.00pm

Badminton Estate, Badminton, Gloucestershire GL9 1DD

Join us for a walk through the grounds of the Badminton Estate. Bring your picnic, refreshments we be available, all proceeds going to MNDA Gloucestershire.

  • Treasure Hunt for young explorers!
  • Routes suitable for wheelchair users.
  • Suitable for all the family, pushchairs and children’s scooters welcome. Dogs on leads.

To register via email, contact MNDA Gloucestershire’s: [email protected] or 01452 311150.

£10 suggested donation (which includes access to the grounds and certificate of recognition). Sponsorship welcomed.

PLEASE PAY YOUR ENTRY VIA: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/mndagloucestershire and bring your receipt as proof of entry.

ENTRY FORM
If you have received your entry form in advance please complete in full before you arrive, to save time. One form per family.

Routes suitable for wheelchair users. Suitable for all the family, pushchairs and children’s scooters welcome. Dogs on leads.

 

The Bristol Clothing Sale for MNDa

The Clothing Sale for MND AssociationThe Bristol Clothing Sale for MND Association

Come and grab a bargain at the charity clothing sale of the year! Selling everything from vintage and high street to high end and designer, you’re bound to find something that takes your fancy. Plus you’ll get 20% off the bar with every purchase!

When: Saturday 28th April
When: 10am – 3.30pm
Where: Old Market Assembly,
25 West Street, Old Market,
Bristol BS2 0DF

Proceeds raised go to the money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

It is a cause very close to our hearts so let’s raise lots of money and awareness!

Hosted by Isabelle Hardy and Jessica Hardy. Follow their Facebook Event page.

 

Support for people affected by MND

Over the next two years the Support Volunteer Project will be looking at how the Association could provide even bigger, better volunteer support for people affected by MND.

That could mean:

  • Growing our network, especially in areas with few volunteers.
  • Looking at new volunteer roles or looking again at roles which have been trialed locally.
  • Exploring new ways of volunteering.
  • Further improving the Association Visitor service, including learning from local best practice.

As the project kicks off, we are keen to hear your ideas for improvements (big or small). And every suggestion you make will receive a response.

For more information about the Support Volunteer Project and how to give us your ideas please see www.mndassociation.org/supportvolproject.

Alternatively, contact us on 0345 6044 150 or [email protected].