As you may have seen from our recent social media posts 2020 is an exciting year for PAS with regards to sporting events around the country and abroad. Our aim is to get PAS noticed at these top events to raise awareness of our charity and cause. Join us and Run or Ride for Pernicious Anaemia.
London Vitality 10km
We have 16 runners and walkers who have very generously signed up for the London Vitality 10000 on Monday 25th May in London. Each with a fundraising target of £250 they well and truly have their fundraising underway already. This is going to be a fantastic day for all attending and truly something to be proud of. Find out more about our runners and/or sponsor them here.
Due to a few people no longer being able to attend we do have 4 spaces left available. Should you wish to join us for this fabulous event please get in touch, we would love to hear from you.
We have 3 runners who have kindly signed up to run The Brighton Marathon 2020 for PAS. You may remember Elise who ran The London Marathon for PAS last year. Elise has since become our Sporting Events Manager and has secured places for The Brighton Marathon 2020. She is also joined by Sarah and Dave who are both from North Devon.
Sarah and Dave met for the first time on Sunday and they ran the Braunton 10 mile event together as part of their training.
Dave is running in support of his wife Natalie who has PA and Sarah is herself a PA sufferer who after having been poorly for some time is now getting her fitness back on track.
If you would like to read their stories regarding their PA journey and/or sponsor their efforts, please see their links below:
Sarah Logan’s page
Dave Wyeth’s page
Prudential Ride London 2020
We have 2 places available for this incredible event on Sunday 16th August. A 100 mile cycle ride!
We are looking for our special cyclists to ride for us so if you are interested please do get in touch.
Are the T-shirts, sweatshirts, fleeces etc with the PAS logo available to buy please? I can’t find these on the website.
Unfortunately not, as we do not have the resources at the moment to manage a shop.