Meriel's Dream Stones
Key information: Meriel's Dream Stones
- Meriel is 9 and has NEMALINE MYOPATHY, a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy.
- Meriel's dream to place a stone on Mt Snowdon cairn has now evolved into a 'Dream Stone' Triathlon to Snowdon! With support from a teacher at school & friends, collectively know asTeam MAP-NEMALINE (Team MAP-N), her 'Dream Stone' is going to be carried over water, road & track.and placed in the perfect spot on Snowdon. Raising funds for her charity.
- Place a stone on a summit for Meriel and send us your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org, saying who you are where the stone is going!
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Meriel is 9 and has NEMALINE MYOPATHY, a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy.
Meriel's dream to place a stone on Snowdon cairn has now evolved into a 'Dream Stone' Triathlon to Snowdon! See more below. Please support this challenge.
Meriel shall start the Triathlon by doing her swim challenge in Oxfordshire, the teacher will then courageously cycle 170 miles over many hills to Snowdonia. Together we will find the perfect spot on Snowdon for her 'Dream Stone'.
This is going to take a lot of training! Particularly for Meriel because of her weak muscle condition NEMALINE MYOPATHY, scoliosis and respiratory issues.
How you can support Team MAP-N:
- Spread the news of Meriel's 'Dream Stone' Triathlon
- Like, Share & join 'Dream Stone' Triathlon Facebook Event
- Spread awareness of NEMALINE MYOPATHY
- Donate to MAP Nemaline via Muscular Dystrophy charity. All of the money raised by MAP-N will fund research for future generations.http://
- Follow the 'Dream stone' Triathlon via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/621643694679889/ - find much more info there.
- Post encouraging comments and join the excitement!
However you support TEAM MAP-N, it means the world to the team to know that you will be with us in spirit - - DRAGON STYLE!
Meriel & TEAM MAP-NEMALINE
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