Marathon Heroes - Jonathan Booth

Jonathan was inspired to fundraise for Action Duchenne after his cousin received the devastating news that their 4-year-old son, Ben, has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.Read more

Just a big kid at heart - disability from a sibling's perspective

Emily's blog addressed disability from a siblings perspective as her youngest brother lives with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. For some children that innocence doesn’t last as long as it should, especially when you have a sibling with a condition such as DMD.Read more

Life at 40! - by Bryan Purdue

And you may ask yourself, "Well... how did I get here?". I decided to make start writing my blog again about my life with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. I will also write about my great family and friends. Hope you enjoy.Read more

Marathon Heroes - Matthew Bardsley

Matthew is a serial supporter of Action Duchenne & has taken part in a number of events on our behalf including the Great North Run, a 3 Peaks Trek and cycling challenges through London, Liverpool & even the iconic Land’s End to John O’ Groats...next up is the London Marathon!Read more

Marathon Heroes - Stuart Molkenthin

Stuart was inspired to run the London Marathon after his dear friends James & Lizzie, received the devastating news that their 3-year-old son, Sebastian, has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.Read more

Marathon Heroes - Charlie Dixon

Running the London Marathon has been on Charlie’s bucket list for a while; she has been inspired to run for #TeamAD in support of a very close family friend who has two sons, William & Isaac, both of whom are living with Duchenne.Read more

Spotlight on Fundraisers February 2018

Check out some of our wonderful fundraisers; Sharon & Justin Roberts, Charlie Hancock, Alex Kennedy & Lucy GeorgeRead more

Marathon Heroes - Karen Barratt

I have previously run Brighton marathon for Action Duchenne and wanted to support them again. I’m the proud mum to 3 children, my middle child Ellis has Duchenne.Read more

Why Harry Hill is a patron of Action Duchenne

Our wonderful patron and award winning comedian and presenter, Harry Hill is best known for You've Been Framed and Harry Hill's TV Burp.Read more

Here and now - disability from a sibling's perspective

Emily's blog addressed disability from a siblings perspective as her youngest brother lives with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.Read more

Perfection is......you decide - by Shelley Simmonds

Shelley is one of our wonderful Trustees and Mummy to two adorable children. In her blog, Shelley talks about how her perspective on 'perfection' has changed in the 4 years since her son, Fraser was diagnosed with Duchenne.Read more

Nightrider 2018

Find out more about the Nightrider cycling challenge series taking place this summer. We cover what it's about, what's involved & whether it's the right charity challenge for you! We hope you'll join us!Read more