Tough Mudder North West

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Frances (right) and Kate (centre) after a recent ‘warm-up’ event.

On September 11th 2016, Frances Todd and Kate Hubbard (right and centre respectively in the photograph) will be taking on the unforgiving challenge of TOUGH MUDDER North West in order to raise much needed funds, awareness and support for the CSF Leak Association.

They are embarking on this demanding obstacle course spanning 13 miles cross country, because it is a cause very close to their hearts. Kate’s Mum has suffered with a CSF Leak for the past 6 years, she has travelled to the States to receive treatment and is committed to helping others with the condition through her role on the CSF Leak Association Board of Trustees.

It’s not going to be easy for the Tough Mudders; the challenge features a mind numbing combination of new obstacles, unrelenting terrain and A LOT of mud!

You can support Frances and Kate and help them reach their fundraising target here: www.totalgiving.co.uk/mypage/csfleaktoughmudder

NB. Are you thinking of raising money for the CSF Leak Association? Why not visit our fundraising page and also drop us a line to let us know, so that we can support you and help you advertise the event.

Charity and website news

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We have been rather quiet on the website front recently as all of our efforts have been going into the establishment of a CSF Leak charity here in the UK, the broad aims and objectives of which will be to raise awareness, improve access to the correct  investigatory and treatment, and support research into csf leaks and their prevention and cure.

Trustees have bebeen identified and we hope to lodge an application with the Office of the Scottish Charity Commissioner in the coming months. Once the application process has been completed, our informal group will become a formal charity; membership will be open to anyone and fundraising will begin in order to support our work. We are all volunteers, many of whom suffer from active csf leaks, so welcome all offers of help and support.

As part of our transition to charitable status, this website will become our ‘shop front’. We will be making a few changes to facilitate this and updating/improving content. We don’t intend to make many content changes in the meantime, so please bear with us and accept our apologies for any static content, glitches etc. over the next few months.