Thank you to TClarke for sponsoring running vests for the Pilgrim’s Way Challenge

The team at the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy are most grateful to TClarke, the UK’s leading engineering services company, for their incredible support of our very own Sarah Frow.

Sarah, a dedicated fitness instructor at the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy (PCIT), was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease just three years ago at the young age of 44. Determined to give back and raise awareness for this vital cause, Sarah is taking on a monumental challenge: the Pilgrim’s Way Run.

This incredible feat of endurance will see Sarah conquer the 150-mile trail from Winchester to Canterbury (where PCIT is based) – that’s a marathon every single day from Monday 27th May until Saturday 1st June. Her goal is to raise funds to support the continuation of exercise classes at PCIT, a vital therapy for those living with Parkinson’s.

We are incredibly thankful to TClarke for recognising the importance of her mission and providing Sarah and her teammate with branded running vests. These high-visibility vests will not only keep them safe on the road but will also proudly display Sarah’s message and raise awareness of PCIT.

Thanks to the incredible generosity of friends and family, Sarah has already raised in excess of £13,000 towards her £20,000 target.  With the support of TClarke and the continued generosity of the public, we’re confident Sarah can reach her goal and ensure these vital exercise classes remain available at PCIT.

Have you been inspired by Sarah’s story? There are still ways you can contribute to this amazing cause. Visit Sarah’s fundraising page to donate and help her reach her goal – every penny counts!  Alternatively, if you would like run a leg with Sarah, please get in touch.

We would like to once again express our deepest gratitude to TClarke for their fantastic support. Together, we can make a real difference to the lives of those living with Parkinson’s.

Monday 27 May: Winchester to Upper Froyle

Tuesday 28 May: Upper Froyle to Guildford

Wednesday 29 May: Guildford to South Croyden

Thursday 30 May: South Croyden to Rochester

Friday 31 May: Rochester to Charing

Saturday 1 June: Charing to Canterbury

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