Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability is a national medical
charity NOT part of the NHS. It was founded nearly
150 years ago and provides treatment and help for people with
complex and profound physical disabilities resulting from
damage to the brain and nervous system. It is the only hospital
in the United Kingdom which can provide the range of treatment
for people with conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, Huntington's
disease or serious head injuries. Our vital work depends upon
voluntary donations. Thank you for helping us give hope and
a bright future to disabled people.
The London Marathon 2003
13th April 2003
Competitor: Kate Caseley.
queries please contact the Fundraising Team at the hospital
on 020 8780 4563
Charity No. 205907
this form and supporting cheque made payable to "The
Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability" to Rachael Jones
The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability, West Hill, Putney,
London SW15 3SW.