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The Maples Care Home Raises Thousands At Trek26 For Alzheimer’s

The team at The Maples Care Home has raised £2,000 for Alzheimer’s research through its participation in the Trek26 event.

The Trek26 event, organized by the Alzheimer’s Society, is a challenging 26-mile hike aimed at raising funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s disease. The event took place on Saturday 17th May and saw participants from all walks of life come together to support this important cause.

The Maples assembled a team of dedicated team members, to take part in the Trek26 event. The team trained rigorously for several weeks leading up to the event, ensuring they were physically prepared for the demanding walk.

Through their dedication and fundraising efforts, The Maples team managed to raise two thousand pounds, which will go towards funding vital research, support services, and care for those affected by Alzheimer’s. The funds raised will contribute to improving the lives of individuals living with Alzheimer’s and their families.

“We are incredibly proud of our team’s commitment and determination in raising funds for Alzheimer’s research,” said Lianne Sturmey Home Manager. “Alzheimer’s is a disease that affects millions of people worldwide, and it is our mission to support efforts to find a cure and provide the best possible care for those affected.”

“The Maples would like to express its gratitude to all the sponsors, donors, and supporters who contributed to the success of their fundraising efforts. Their generosity and support made a significant impact in the fight against Alzheimer’s.”

The Trek26 event not only provided an opportunity for people to contribute to a worthy cause but also allowed the team, residents, and their families to come together as a community, fostering a sense of unity and camaraderie.














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