Here are links to a few helpful sites
& some of my fave things: stay tuned as more will follow in time
There are a number of charities that I support & this is one that was set up in the name of my favourite actress (Simone Lahbib's) neice Eilidh Brown, who sadly lost her battle with Cancer aged 15 in 2010. The aim of the Memorial Fund is to build and maintain a respite holiday home in the Stirling area for young people and their families who are in treatment for or recovering from cancer. For more details please click the following link: www.eilidhbrown.co.uk/
ave recently discovered 2 new artists who are think are absolutely amazing,
I hope you will all take the time to have a look at their websites.
Heather Peace, singer/actress, a woman with such a lot of talent & an amazing voice. Plus one of the nicest people you will meet. Here is me with Heather at a recent gig in Manchester www.heatherpeace.com/
Amy Forrester (iAMAMiTY) toured with Heather, she has an amazing voice,
& is a one woman band, check out her songs, they are really worth the
Me with Amy (iAMAMiTY)
Plus if you guys want to know more about Proteus Syndrome then click on the link below to the Proteus Syndrome Website. Where you can learn how to become a friend of the foundation, help raise awareness & even funds to help those who live with the condition: Proteus Syndrome Foundation
This is my local RSPCA who I did some voluntary work for,
please take a look at their website and look at all the good work they do for homeless and rescued animals: http://www.rspca-lancseast.org.uk/
I am a big fan of Manchester United Football Club.
I have never been to see them play but hope to one day.
Check out their website here: http://www.manutd.com/
One of my fave artists is Pink check her out at her website
If you or know of anyone who has trouble finding clothes that fit, just like myself
There is a new group set up by Adriennne Blankenship,
her daughter was born with Cloves Syndrome, here is the link to the foundation:
She has also set up a discussion group for anyone with an overgrowth
condition to chat, make friends and find out information from each other:
She also has a facebook group on this at:
In 2011 I took a trip up to Scotland and stayed at Port Selma Lodges.
These are extrmemly accessible for anyone with mobility problems
The hosts Willy and Jan are lovely people
who will go the extra mile to make sure your stay is all you dreamed of and more.
Check out their website: www.portselma.co.uk/