Style For Stroke

Craig shares details of a new charity T Shirt to help the victims of stroke

Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the US. In 2016 an estimated 57,000 people in the UK suffered from stroke. Your chances of having one increase with age and you’re more likely to suffer if you are male compared to female. Scary stats huh? But it’s not just older people, so it’s time that we recognised this and did something about it. 

This new range of T-Shirts is helping to raise awareness of the cause. Not only are they doing this but they’re a pretty cool addition to you wardrobe. In five distinctive designs, in black or white, with long or shirt sleeves, they are available exclusively at Represent.com, a range of stylish. View Post

Bringing A Lido Back To Life

Craig explores the history of the Art Deco Lido and shares some exciting news of a local restoration

Blogger shares details of the restoration of a historical Lido in Ipswich

The plans for the restoration of the Broomhill Lido in Ipswich

Thanks to the 1930’s almost 170 outdoor swimming pools, or Lidos, were built in the UK. They were a place to relax, take in the air and exercise. With stunning Art Deco architecture, the pools saw a decline in the 1960’s due to less expensive air fairs taking UK citizens over seas for summer holidays. Sadly the vast majority closed and went into rapid decline and dereliction.  
Influencer talks about the campaign to restore a historic grade II listed Lido in Ipswich

Beautiful Art Dec architecture of the Broomhill Lido

Broomhill Lido in Ipswich in its hey day

D-Day veteran Ray Marshall dives at the Broomhill Lido

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Become a stem cell donor for the Anthony Nolan Trust

Craig shares details on how you can help saves lives by registering as a stem cell donor for the Anthony Nolan Trust

In my last post about The Anthony Nolan Trust I shared details about little Anthony Nolan, and his Mothers incredible quest to help make sure that others didn’t suffer like her son from blood cancer. The trust has done some amazing work in highlighting this cancer and building a database of donors who can really help save lives. This is where you come in! Are you a lifesaver? You could be!

Signing up to become a donor is simple. Just answer a few simple questions and you’re done. If you’re a match they will contact you and discuss the next steps. The video below explains exactly what will happen and how.

You really can save a life. People and their families suffer every day and the more people who are on the register, the more chances that someones suffering can stop. If you’re still unsure whether you should register, why not read a few stories from real life donors.

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