(Pictured above: Olivia & Edward sporting their Tatton 10k medals with their two sons)

On the 10th March husband and wife, Edward and Olivia Lowe took on the brilliant Tatton 10K through the historic grounds of Tatton Park in support of The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT). The March rain did not dampen the spirits of this fantastic pair as they completed the scenic route wearing big smiles, raising over £5,000 for CPT’s pioneering research into a cure for Parkinson’s. Olivia said:

“CPT is a cause very close to our hearts as in 2016 at the age of 39 Edward was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s Disease. We wanted to do something positive like this to show that having Parkinson’s might slow you down but doesn’t mean you’re a victim. We both work full-time, and having two young boys keeps us pretty fit anyway but we trained as much as possible for the event which paid off on the day. We survived and are both so grateful for everyone’s messages and donations of support. We are off to thaw out now!”

CPT would like to say a huge thank you to Edward & Olivia for their incredible fundraising efforts and support.

To read more of Edward & Olivia’s story or to support their fundraising please visit their fundraising page