Slough swimmers raise money for Alzheimer’s disease in the United Kingdom

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Slough Swimmers Raise Money For Alzheimer's UK

A group of swimmers participated in the challenge Swimfit in Langley Leisure Centre to raise money for the Alzheimer’s disease UK.

The event was organized by Tracey Hughes and saw the team take part in a staggering 256 lengths of the pool of 25 meters. Over £ 1,500 was raised in sponsorship of swimmers :. Angie Treadwell, Roman Wolstenholme, Anita Madahar, Rishi Sidhu, Donna Hagan and Louise Flisher

According to the Slough Express, James Flisher, swimming school administrator in Langley Leisure Centre, said: “They have taken three or four months of hard training to do this. We usually make about 80 to 100 lengths in one session. We really pushed to the limit “.

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This money will be highly valued by charity, which will use the money to further support their systems advice, health and social care.

Learn more about Alzheimer’s disease care in homes for Barchester.

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