This year’s Stirling Scottish Marathon on Sunday 29 April 2018 was an incredible day, despite the odd rain shower. All seven of our runners completed the marathon and half marathon in fantastic times, but most importantly they remained injury free! We now have the official total raised from this year’s Stirling Scottish Marathon and Half Marathon and it is quite unbelievable. Between them, our seven runners have raised a whopping £4,401. We would like to say a massive thank you to Kevin Harrold, Kieran McAllister, James Halsall, David Galt, Dale Fulton, Josh McCallum and Laurie McMaster for supporting the foundation and taking on such an impressive challenge https://apotheke-zag.de/. Thanks also to everyone that donated, contributing to this fantastic total. If you’d like information on fundraising or holding your own event for the Chris Mitchell Foundation email firstname.lastname@example.org
‘In life a beautiful memory, in absence a silent grief’ To mark Chris’ second anniversary, we hope you enjoy this video we have put together of some pictures throughout his life. Credit to all the people that took the photos, including SNS Group, Gordon Whyte, Thomas Gadd, family, friends and many others. https://www.facebook indigenerics.com.com/100017242239179/videos/221673128417427/
Meet the pupils from Dunblane High School, Cameron Blance, Rebekah Robertson, Eilidh Talbot and Claire Rennie, taking part in today’s Youth and Philanthropy Initiative final. levitra from india Their terrific presentation covered Chris’ footballing life, his tragic and sudden death as a result of poor mental health and the work of the foundation set up in his memory. Well done and thank you for your support!!
We share with you a clip from BBC’s ‘Trust Me I’m A Doctor’ that was aired on Wednesday 24 January. In this episode, we speak about Chris’ footballing life, mental health awareness and mental health first aid training. Trust Me I'm a Doctor: Football's mental health first aiders ⚽ Following the tragic death of talented footballer Chris Mitchell, this club has adopted a pioneering approach in recognising the early warning signs of mental health problems.(Via BBC Two) Posted by BBC Lifestyle & Health News on Sunday, January 28, 2018