I have had a very eventful week in Uganda. GlassesOnSpec made all the glasses, which we collected from the amazing Will Luff and then I travelled with them hand luggage to Uganda. I also brought with me a Retinomax Autorefractor, which left little space for my own packing!
The day after my arrival, on Sunday I spent the day at Platinum Medical Centre meeting patients, including our first two brain surgery children and two PSAP babies, who have been born without an anal opening. ...
As we start getting ready for our next Ultra in July, here’s our quick video of the last event in March in Amersham:
We had an amazing day out on Saturday at the 2018 Humanity Direct Chiltern Ultra
Fund Life Saving Medical Care for a Child in Need instead of Receiving Birthday Presents
The second annual Humanity Direct Amersham Ultra took place last weekend and although it was just a little bit muddy, the event was a big success.
Instead of buying another dozen roses or chocolates for the special person in your life, make a donation in their name and the two of you can spread the love to a child in need of medical care
Instead of receiving presents for the Christmas this year, turn the most special time of year into an opportunity to raise money for essential medical care for children in need.
Since teaming up with XNRG, we’ve hosted almost a dozen one day ultra marathons to raise funds for medical care. For first time ultra runners in particular, we think the Humanity Direct events are the best ultras around. The welcoming atmosphere and scenic routes are just some of the reasons that on average more than a third of our runners at each event are doing their first ultra. So if you’re looking to try an ultra, or have already signed up to our events later this year in July ...
I found my love for running quite late in life, probably typically of many full-time working parents looking for an activity that provided valid ’me-time’. Trail running is definitely my preference, enjoying the wild-space my running adventures have taken me - nothing fancy but our beautiful countryside. So I set myself a challenge this year, it started with running 100 miles for January which progressed to 1000 miles for the year, and before I knew it I had set myself the challenge...