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Ashley is currently using her time to expand and improve her skills base and is attending weekly Aerial, pole, Gaelic and instrumental lessons which she hopes she can put to use in productions soon.
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I am running this 10K in order to raise money for the Scottish Cot Death Trust who have supported my family as well as hundreds of others through the painful experience of losing a child, and who are therefore a trust very close to my heart.
My family lost Aaron to cot death 2 months before his first birthday. This May would have seen him turn 21 and so I wanted to do something to remember him and to give back to the trust who have given us so much.
If you can spare anything at all I would greatly appreciate it and please know that every penny will help make a difference.
I am going to try my best to run the whole thing but this is my first 10k so who knows! I will keep you updated with how the training is going and how likely it is though!!! Whatever happens I will complete the run!
To donate please visit – http://www.justgiving.com/Aaron0605
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About The Scottish Cot Death Trust
A baby dies every nine days of cot death in Scotland and the majority of families will never know why their healthy baby has died, for no apparent reason. The Scottish Cot Death Trust is the only cot death charity in Scotland trying to find the answers through funding research. The Scottish Cot Death Trust also provides a wide range of support for bereaved families and educates the public and professionals about cot death and how to reduce the risks. By supporting the Scottish Cot Death Trust you can help us make a difference.
Thank you again for supporting my cause