Fundraising News


Hertfordshire Hope Walk, Friday 6th May 2011

Hertfordshire Hope Walk report by Laura. Click to see more photos of the Herfordshire Hope Walk. 'I was one of three supporters who helped arrange the first ever Myotubular Trust 20 mile Thames Walk in 2008. This has now become a highly successful annual event in the...

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Shakespeare Plays A Blinder!

Shakespeare House of Chesham Grammar School, Bucks raises a whopping £1,864.85 in just a week, for the Myotubular Trust! Every year, Chesham Grammar invites House pupils to nominate a charity to benefit from their fundraising during charity week. In September last...

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Cheers Sophie!

We would like to raise a toast to Sophie Avins who recently held a drinks evening in support of the Trust and raised a fantastic £480.91. We couldn’t agree more with Sophie that it’s not bad for a few hours drinking! Special thanks also goes to Sophie’s work colleague...

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Brook House Fashion Show

We would like to extend our gratitude to Camilla Hamilton, Noni Ware, Andrea Muirhead and Julie Heelis for arranging a magnificent fashion show in support of the Myotubular Trust in South London on Wednesday 2nd March. The 100 tickets sold out very quickly, and the...

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Kestrel’s Fundraising Soars To £1,000!

Louisa and Michael Oliver are delighted to have won the support of their school, in memory of Michael's cousin Daniel. They are hopeful that other children will follow their example and ask for support for the Myotubular Trust from their own schools. Louisa said...

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Live & Let Live!

n December 2010, a group of five Post graduate students of the University of Hertfordshire, formed the group Live & Let Live. In order to complete the Entrepreneurship and Enterprise module of their M.SC Management course, the students had to write a business plan...

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Let The Snow Go On!

We would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to Alison Jenkins, who in the past two weeks has held no less than four fundraising events in memory of her little nephew, Nathaniel, raising a total of £2,600. Alison had intended to hold just one event which involved a...

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