The Tatton Yule Yomp has supported local charities since the raise began in 2009, raising some £175,000 over the last 10 years.
The UK’s largest provider of care, education, assessment, treatment and life skill development for people with complex epilepsy, physical and learning difficulties and other neurological conditions.
The hospice cares for adults suffering from life-limiting illnesses from which there is no cure. They care for the whole person, aiming to meet all needs, whether they are medical, emotional or around the challenges of daily living. They also support families and carers throughout a difficult period.
The charity offers a wide range of high quality support services for carers and the people they look after, to allow a carer some normality and the chance to have a meaningful break away from their caring responsibilities in the knowledge that their loved one will be well looked after.
NWAA takes advanced healthcare to scene: reaching, treating and transferring patients to the best treatment centres as quickly as possible, thus improving chances of survival and reducing the risk of long-term injury.