Stone mum bidding to raise cash for brain treatment in the USA with the help of pupils

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GENEROUS Stone pupils and the family of a teacher suffering a debilitating brain condition have launched a major fund-raising campaign to pay for treatment abroad. Former marathon runner Claire Hubbard, 47, who lives in Eccleshall, used to work at St Michael’s First School in Stone.

Her identical twin sister Louise Walmsley is also a teacher at St Michael’s.

But four years ago the mum-of-two began suffering excruciating headaches and collapsed on the floor.She spent much of 2010 having to lie down and was in and out of hospital having tests to find the cause of her pain.

As a result she began suffering with Postural Ortho Static Tachycardia Syndrome, which causes fainting and light-headedness. She has struggled to stand up without her body jerking or suffering a seizure.

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