We are Hannah, Lucy, Sam and Jen. We are Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) and researchers linked with the Bristol Speech and Language Therapy Research Unit (BSLTRU). We are passionate about supporting children and young people with speech, language and communication disorders, including cleft lip/palate. This year we are pulling out all the stops to get race-fit and take on the Bristol Great Run Half Marathon on 25th September in aid of CLEFT.
To fundraise for the amazing CLEFT charity, Andrew and I have taken on the challenge together to swim the length of Lake Windermere (10.5 miles / 18 km) on Saturday, 16 July 2022.
We are a group of UoB CLEFT student ambassadors who want to raise money for CLEFT's amazing work by running the Bristol Half marathon and 10km race in September 2022.
I am raising money with my family to provide support for the CLEFT bridging the gap charity, which provides long-term, sustainable ways to improve cleft care both in the UK and overseas. It supports overseas teams in developing countries to be self supporting and also raises money for cleft research.
Important work on research and care for cleft patients and families
We're raising money to help fund CLEFT's UK and International cleft care projects and research
To support sustainable and comprehensive cleft care.
As a member of the CLEFT research steering committee, the cleft lip and palate team in Newcastle and the Cleft Registry and Audit Network I think cleft research is incredibly important. My daughter and I would like to help raise money for this great cause. I joined a group called the Northumberland Bluetits, a wild swimming group in Northumberland last year and we have been practicing swimming in chilly rivers and the North sea to work towards swimming a mile across Lake Windermere in
TO HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR THE KIDS WITH CLEFT IN THE U.K. AND OVERSEAS.
Donations in memory of Emily Hawley, 1932-2022.
Emily was very fond of young children and frequently expressed a wish to help young ones born with clefts to be able to smile, to be confident to be included and live a happy life.
I'm running for CLEFT to help improve cleft care all over the world.
I am a student Speech and Language Therapist and am currently on a placement where I can directly see the impact of cleft palates on children's communication. It is vital that children receive intervention as soon as possible to allow them the best chances in their development. The charity focuses on raising money to provide long-term, sustainable ways to improve cleft care both in the UK and overseas.