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Raising vital funds for ataxia research.

And uniting ataxia sufferers and supporters worldwide!

Starting from London in January 2016, the Global Walk for Ataxia is a series of charity walks and rolls (for wheelchair users), raising vital research funds for ataxia research; and a uniting vehicle for ataxia sufferers and their supporters globally.

ALL income generated via this website (approx. 5% of the cost of every hotel booking made) helps fund these events.

Ataxia. So what is it?

Please watch the following 5-min Ataxia UK video. All is explained. As is the amazing work currently being funded by Ataxia UK:

Ataxia is the name given to a group of neurological disorders that affect balance, coordination, and speech. There are many different types of ataxia. Ataxia is a rare genetic condition (estimates from recent studies say that there are around 10,000 adults and 500 children in the UK with a progressive ataxia).

Progressive? Symptoms get steadily worse. And sadly, there is currently no cure.

But there is good news. Ataxia UK are working very hard to find a cure for one, or all, ataxias by 2020 (their "2020 Vision").

They just need to find the funds first. And the hotels/B&Bs on these pages help with this funding!

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    The Grand Hotel, FolkestoneWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Northcote, LancashireWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    City Hotel, Derry/LondonderryWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Ernie Meikle, Greenford, UKFacebook
    Lucy Dodsworth, Cheltenham (On The Luce)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Annaloa Hilmarsdottir, Chacewater, UKFacebook
    Karl Foxley, DerbyWebsiteTwitter
    Yasmeen Lebanese Restaurant, LondonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Beech's Fine Chocolates, PrestonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Cottonwood Boutique Hotel, BournemouthWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Andy Carter (Calling All Stations Blog)WebsiteTwitter
    TPO (the people's operator), LondonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Anne Diamond, Sutton Coldfield
    The Foodaholic, LondonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    The Crossways, North Wooton, nr. WellsWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    The Scottish Football AssociationWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Richard Vickers, Sabden, Lancs.
    Jacqui Allum, Essex (Us Two Friends)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Wyndham Clampett, Cricklewood, LondonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Kate Putman, Twineham, West Sussex
    Juliette Morrison, Hatch EndFacebookTwitter
    Nigel Heath, Southampton (ataxiafightback)Website
    Jaime Tung, London (angloyankophile)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
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