Medical students from the University of Liverpool Neurosoc Society held a fundraising talent show in February raising over £500 for The Brain Charity; the evening saw performances from singers, dancers, magicians, rappers, saxophonists and even a whistler!
The eventual winner Justyna Skop sang an impressive version of ‘I Will Always Love You’ which was very well received by the judging panel and the rest of the audience. Everyone was impressed by the standard of talent on the night and a great evening was had by all. A very big thank you to the NeuroSoc society and everyone who took part in the show, we can’t wait to do it all over again next year!
Louise Earle, our London Marathon runner in 2017 , raised an incredible £6,763 for The Brain Charity, going above and beyond her original fundraising target of £2,500. Louise has raised an extraordinary amount for charities that support people with neurological conditions over the years and ran the London Marathon in memory of her dad, who passed away from a brain tumour at the age of 48. Louise ran the whole marathon, despite a leg injury that hindered her training. We are all immensely proud of Louise and want to say a massive thank you to her, and to everyone who supported her.
Louise tells us all about her big day back in April: