MPs, members, volunteers and health and social care professionals gathered at Westminster for the launch of the PSP Association’s innovative Ed’s Lace awareness campaign. Continue reading “Awareness Campaign Launched at Westminster” »
A man from Hertfordshire will take on one of the most grueling foot-races in the world when he embarks on the Marathon De Sables in April. Lee Bhagat, who has already completed a number of similar events to prepare himself for the 156 mile self-sufficient trek across the Sahara Desert, has chosen to run the race in memory of his father-in-law Peter Teal.
“Peter never did things the easy way. I’m trying to pay homage to that by stepping out of my comfort zone and attempting something many other people wouldn’t,” said Lee.
Peter passed away in 2012 after living with PSP.
To aid his training, Lee has converted a shed in his back garden into a heat chamber to mimic the conditions in the desert. Continue reading “Brave Man to Take on the World’s Toughest Foot Race for PSPA” »