Are you interested in using your lived experience and voice to help us shape the future pulmonary fibrosis research?
Described by friends as an inspiration, Anne was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis in 2014 when she was 58. The former senior manager at Royal Liverpool Hospital, who worked as a magistrate and school governor despite battling the disease, died in August, 2020.
Since then, the two sisters have put on several fundraising events from raffles to art competitions, as well as raising awareness to help APF create a better future for other families affected by pulmonary fibrosis.
On 30th June 2022, Louise and Jenny Doran are putting on interesting talk, “delving into history” with acclaimed author Alison Weir all to fundraise for Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis in Stockport. Tickets are just £10 and all money goes towards pulmonary fibrosis research. Please donate your ticket fee on our JustGiving Page.
"Bestselling author and historian Alison Weir will discuss her new book, 'Elizabeth of York: The Last White Rose'. After a short break and book signing Alison is in conversation with Dr Martin Heale, Reader in Medieval History at the University of Liverpool. Then we'll have a raffle with some great prizes!
The event runs 1.15-5pm. There will be a bar available for cold drinks, vending machine for hot drinks.
✅Tudor Legacies Re-enactment group in period costume
✅Simply books Bramhall attending with Alison's latest book
✅Raffle prizes inclyde a Dyson V10 Vacuum kindly donated by the James Dyson Foundation and signed books by Tracy Borman and Tracy Chevalier
✅Mayor and Mayoress of Stockport attending
Stockport train station is just a 5 minute walk away and has parking available. Parking at the Guildhall is limited."