On 15th March 2020 I'm going to (hopefully) run the Bath Half for a fourth time, a few years ago I ran it for Wessex MS and in 2020 I'm going to do it for them again. Wessex MS is Warminster based charity and provides an invaluable service to sufferers of MS (and other illness) and all those affected by this illness. I myself have been there and had the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy which has so far helped my symptoms, but that's not all they do though. Check out below to see what other treatments these amazing people can provide.
Just to give you a bit of background about the Wessex MS Therapy Centre, they are a self-funded registered charity, providing therapies, information and practical and emotional support for people with multiple sclerosis and other conditions, such as Cancer, sports injuries, ME and chronic fatigue among many other conditions. We offer physical therapies in a comfortable and friendly environment to aid symptom management, promoting and enabling independence to improve well-being and quality of life. We want all our members to enjoy each visit to the centre where we provide long term, individual support. We offer physiotherapy, reflexology, oxygen therapy, counselling, massage therapy, nutritional advice, pilates and yoga. https://www.wessexms.co.uk
"Running isn’t a sport for pretty boys… It’s about the sweat in your hair and the blisters on your feet. " Which is why you're doing this, not me. I'll be cheering you on from the sofa.
Steven's fundraising page will be accepting donations for another 52 days.
Improving the quality of life for those affected by Multiple Sclerosis
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About Bath Half Marathon 2020
The Bath Half Marathon – or the ‘Bath Half’ as it is affectionately known, is one of the longest established and most popular city centre road events in the UK. It is also the largest charity fundraising event in the South West region, raising over £2.25 million for charity in 2017 alone. The course itself is fast and flat making it suitable for all abilities – for beginners whose key objective is to complete the course, to more regular long-distance event runners, looking to beat their personal best time. It covers a two lap 13.1 mile (21.1km) traffic-free course straddling both sides of the River Avon. The race starts and finishes in Great Pulteney Street, in the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath.
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