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As many of you know, in 2008 I became a keen cyclist, and after my seizure in October 2008 I was even forced to cycle for three months until the DVLA let me drive again! Sadly, I only had my licence back for two weeks until I had another seizure and lost my licence again. I have now been diagnosed as having a cavernoma (cerebral cavernous malformation), with small vessell disease and white matter lesions. However, I am delighted that I am fitter and healthier than I have been for years. I rounded off my first year in cycling by cycling from London to Paris. to celebrate my 60th birthday which took place during the ride.
I am raising money for the Cavernoma Alliance. Cavernoma Alliance UK is a charity created by people affected by cavernoma otherwise known as cerebral cavernous malformations or cavernous angioma. Its mission is to improve the quality of life for those affected by cavernomas through education, support, and promotion of research.
Please tick the Gift Aid box if you are a UK tax payer as the UK Government will then give me an additional 25% on the money that I have raised.