Alzheimer’s Society Night Walk…Tonights The Night…

So, TONIGHTS THE NIGHT!

I’m doing the London Night Walk for the Alzheimer’s Society. Im really excited to be doing this walk again, I did it once before (during the day) and it was amazing!

Alzheimer’s is something that has affected my family greatly. My Great-Grandad Charlie, or Pop as we all used to call him, suffered from Alzheimer’s for a very long time. He did so many amazing things with his life and then he couldn’t remember them at all. I was really close with my Pop, he would tell me stories of what he did with his life and of his wife, my nanny Kit. He was such a loving man that couldn’t do enough for his family and friends. He enjoyed the occasional Gin. And loved spending his birthday (which was Christmas day) with the whole family.

I was really close with my Pop, he would tell me stories of what he did with his life and of his wife, my nanny Kit. He was such a loving man that couldn’t do enough for his family and friends. He enjoyed the occasional Gin. And loved spending his birthday (which was Christmas day) with the whole family.

Unfortunately, Pop passed away 4 and a half years ago now and I miss him every day.

Alzheimer’s affects so many people and so many families. It’s a horrible condition that doesn’t just affect memory but can change the whole person. It can make the person aggressive and violent.

By doing this walk, im raising money to help people affected by this horrible condition.

Please donate any amount, it would be greatly appreciated!

My Just Giving Page! Donate here!

Thank you! Wish Me Luck!

-Georgie xoxo

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