Do It For Alice Sky Dive

At the beginning of October 2016 I will be jumping 12,000ft out of a plane & doing a skydive with three other friends whilst supporting two special charities who have made an impact on my life. Our team name is Do it for Alice. Please support me...

Ellis and Marla’s Trek to the summit of mighty Mount Snowdon

In August last year I was lucky enough to be matched with the most special dog I could have wished for called Marla. Marla is a Medical Detection Dog and has been trained to detect and warn me when my blood glucose levels are dropping too low or going too high. I...

Vintage Teas & Fete

MDD’s Vintage Teas & Fete  Our ambassador Debbie Flint has organised a Vintage Tea & Fete to be held on 12th June at Wooton Hall, Dorking. With Table Top Sale, Vintage Tea Rooms, Tombola, Lucky Dip and an Evening Quiz hosted by QVC guests. Supporting...

Tracey Witney

Thanks to Tracey Witney who raised an amazing £970 from a fundraising party event supporting Medical Detection Dogs. Pictured are Tracey Witney, Dawn Taylor Volunteer Co-ordinator with Flash Medical Alert Assistance Dog in...

Marks & Spencer in Aylesbury

Huge thanks to Marks & Spencer in Aylesbury who have been supporting Medical Detection Dogs as their charity of the year and have raised an amazing £5907.07 Pictured above are Sophie Lines Puppy Training Co-Ordinator with Bounce Medical Alert Assistance Dog in...

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