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Asthmatic Abigail’s 192-mile walk gives Swindon charity a boost

Abigail Lowes and her mother Vicki, who walked 192 miles to raise money for Asthma Relief, pictured with Dave Penman from the charity.

A TEENAGER has raised thousands of pounds for charity by getting her walking boots on.
Abigail Lowes, 17, of Broad Hinton, walked 192 miles coast to coast from St Bees to Robin Hood’s Bay with her mother, Vicki, to raise funds for Rodbourne-based Asthma Relief.

She also held a cake sale and organised a music concert to raise funds, as part of her Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award, and has reached a total of £2,050.

“I found out about the charity and, as I am asthmatic, I decided it would be nice to raise money for them,” she said.

“The walk was very strenuous but amazing.”  Asthma Relief donates nebulisers, which administer medication as a fine mist so patients can inhale it, to people across the country.

The charity also runs a 24-hour helpline. For more information or to donate visit or phone 01793 524004.

(above Pictures: James Douglas)  Thank you to Emma Dunn Reporter Swindon Evening Advertiser

Well done Abigail and Vicki and thank you so much from Asthma Relief and all those people with breathing problems that you have helped.  They thank you with every breath that they take.

How to Donate to Asthma Relief

If you would like to contribute to what we do at Asthma Relief and make a donation please click here where you can safely donate money and help people with chronic breathing difficulties.

If you are planning a fund raising event, e.g. run a marathon, swim, bike ride etc. then this is a very simple method for your supporters to help.

We will be pleased to put a link to your website if you are a business and we will also be pleased to put your company details on a metallic label to be placed on the nebuliser.

Thank you for your help.

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