Archive of Royal Navy Fire Fighter says "Thank you !"

Royal Navy Fire Fighter says “Thank you !”

Adam Beasley is a Royal Naval Firefighter who suffered from Perthes disease as a child and who has an ambition to help children currently suffering from this condition, he set himself the task of cycling non-stop for 24 hours both to raise funds and to raise awareness of Perthes disease.

Thank you!

Pictured here young Gwion Williams withe Shebon Lee (otherwise known as George), Shebon Lee is running the Marathon on behalf of Perthes Association,any support you can give would be very much appreciated .......


A HUGE thank you to AIRTECH AIR CONDITIONING LIMITED, who sponsored our Summer Party and Get-together, paying for the Hall, Caterer and Entertainer and also helping us to raise £2,639.45 for the Association as well !

Tommy Hill – Nothing’s gonna stop him now!

As a small boy Tommy Hill suffered from Perthes' Disease, and although he had corrective surgery at the age of six which left his right leg shorter, his dream was to become British Superbike Champion,he was crowned the British Superbike champion at Brands Hatch on 9th October 2011.

Max Foley’s Dad and his friends take the 3 Peaks Challenge!

Our story was first published in December, just as Uncles Stephen and Gordon completed a 100k bike ride, raising £2491.51. Since then Max has been signed off by Mr Nejad, as to all of our amazement, his hip had re-formed to an almost a rounded shape. When we were first told about Max having Perthes, we were told it could be a 4/5 year process. Max has been very lucky and through all of our perseverance, and an operation undertaken by Mr Nejad, he has completed the whole process in just under 2 years. Fortunately Max's bones have re-grown in virtually the shape they should and now his bones have hardened he can resume normal life as a 6 year old.