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Stroud Times partners with Meningitis Now


Stroud Times is delighted to announce Meningitis Now as a charity partner.

Meningitis Now is the first meningitis patient group in the world, founders of the meningitis movement and the only charity dedicated to fighting meningitis in the UK.

Over its 37-year history, Meningitis Now has fought the disease relentlessly, by funding research, raising awareness and providing support for free for anyone whose life has been changed by meningitis. 

Meningitis Now’s vision is a future where no-one in the UK loses their life to meningitis and everyone affected gets the support they need to rebuild their lives

Tom Nutt CEO of Meningitis Now said: “We are thrilled to have been chosen by Stroud Times as your Charity of the Year. Meningitis Now is proud of its roots in Stroud, where a group of parents set up the charity in 1986, following a tragic outbreak of meningitis in Stonehouse. We are always so wonderfully supported by the local community at our Five Valleys Walk every year. Thank you to Stroud Times for joining the fight against meningitis and helping to save lives and rebuild futures for those who are affected by this devastating disease.”

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Ash Loveridge, Mark Jefferies, Tom Nutt and Trevor Reid.

Co-founder and editor Ash Loveirdge said: “We’re pleased to officially partner with Meningitis Now.

“We’ve always championed their organisation, and  we can’t wait to work with them on a closer basis and look forward to raising awareness of a disease that can affect anyone at any age.

“The team at Meningitis Now do a fantastic job and we want to showcase  and support the brilliant work they do and in turn share this with our digital audience.”

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