Walking 15 miles for nystagmus research

Ok, so I’ve finally taken the plunge! On Friday 21st October, I’m walking 15 miles, in the dark (not my idea!) to raise money for nystagmus research. You all know the score, so I won’t harp on about why. The target is to raise £7,500, which is being matched by another charity to facilitate a whopping £15,000 grant.

A number of applications have been submitted by universities around the country, so watch this space.

If you’d like to sponsor me, you can do so via my JustGiving page.

Many thanks,

James

About James

I was born in the UK and have congenital idiopathic nystagmus (had nystagmus since birth and the cause is unknown). I went to university, where I studied Mathematics and have since been working in the City of London, doing a job I absolutely love.
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