Just over two years ago, Helena had her life-saving stem cell transplant. The shock of an Aplastic Anaemia diagnosis cannot be underestimated, and to have the informed and longterm help and support of the Aplastic Anaemia Trust at that time have made an enormous difference to her and to us. Now that I am involved in the AAT's work, I see how crucial and effective its work is in improving the lives of those affected by this rare disease. Just take a look at the pages of this website to see for yourselves.

As we emerge from the pandemic, what better way to celebrate Helena's recovery than by joining the AAT's Winter walk in Windsor Park in beautiful Windsor Great Park. The date is Saturday, December 11th, meeting at 10.00 a.m. and setting off at 10.30.  We can talk as we walk and catch up after much too long a period of enforced isolation.  Helena, now so well, can't come as she will be whooping it up at the wedding of one of her pals, but she will be there in spirit, cheering us on.

Please do come along and encourage anyone and everyone to do so, too.  You can choose either a 5km or a 10km option.  More details re the meeting point, parking, and the routes will be sent out at a later date.  Please do register as soon as possible and if you feel able to make a donation as well, even if you can’t come, that would be hugely appreciated.

Hope to see you there.


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