Brain-injury survivor David completes town centre charity walk
Charity / Tue 14th Aug 2018 am31 09:02am
BRAIN-injury survivor David Chennell once again completed a charity walk around Harlow Town Centre.
Eleven years ago, newly-qualified solicitor, David Chennell suffered a massive bleed to the brain.
It was an AVM (Arteriovenous Malformation). An AVM is a tangle of abnormal and poorly-formed blood vessels (arteries and veins). They have a higher rate of bleeding than normal vessels.
Brain AVMs are of special concern because of the damage they cause when they bleed. They are very rare and occur in less than 1% of the general population.
We have documented David’s journey before but in short, every year he is undertaking his mile walk to raise funds for AVM.
Last Saturday, David, accompanied by friends, family and well-wishers, compared the walk.
The plan is to make the walk an annual event.
Please visit David’s fundraising page, to show your support: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/DavidChennells
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