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A Wheely Good Fundraiser

Wednesday 5 July 2017

 

From UK newspaper The Enquirer:

 

John Stammers
John Stammers raised £300 in
support of Fibromyalgia Action UK.
 

A wheely good fundraiser

Story by Newsdesk
3 July 2017
© Independent.ie

A man from Stanford-le-Hope who took part in the Annual Thurrock Stanford-le-Hope to support a charity that has personal significance, has managed to raise just shy of £300 after fundraising throughout June through JustGiving.

John Stammers, 21, got on his bike earlier in the month and rode in support of Fibromyalgia Action UK, to raise money to help fight the incurable condition that his mum is battling with. Fibromyalgia causes widespread body pain, fatigue, brain fog and other debilitating symptoms.

John said: “The main reason this charity means so much to me is because about three years ago my mum was diagnosed with the disease – this was after suffering with symptoms for about four years prior to diagnosis. There are also other family members and friends that suffer from fibromyalgia. More research is needed to diagnose this condition quicker and treat it more effectively as currently there is no cure.”

 

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