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Move aside superheroes: this is the really important showdown of the next few weeks. Bronwen Chatman will be running the Reading Half Marathon on 3rd April, and she’s doing it for OCD Action!

It’s always inspiring when people challenge themselves to do things like this when affected...

Posted on: 23rd March 2016 by: Charlie Loveday
Categories Fundraising

We know you’re all dying to know how Dean Breed and John Rowlands, who we wrote about a couple of weeks ago, have done in their respective half marathons.

Fortunately the answer for both is “brilliantly”!

Posted on: 23rd March 2016 by: Charlie Loveday
Categories Fundraising

The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute (MMHPI) is a new organisation backed by Martin Lewis from MoneySavingExpert, aiming to improve the lives of those with mental health conditions and financial problems. 

The MMHPI are conducting a survey to gather stories and information...

Posted on: 16th March 2016 by: Olivia
Categories Get involved

We’ve had an outpouring of support recently from people eager to sign up to do half-marathons for OCD Action. Recently we’ve had Philippa and Charlie in Kingston and Jodie in Coventry running for us, and they’re only the beginning!

Posted on: 8th March 2016 by: Charlie Loveday
Categories Fundraising

As we told you last week there were two incredible runs last weekend to raise money and awareness for people with OCD. Philippa and Charlie Marriott set out to run the Kingston Half Marathon, and Jodie Greenfield ran the Coventry one.

So we have some great news: they both succeeded...

Posted on: 3rd March 2016 by: Charlie Loveday
Categories Fundraising

Jack Pridmore has done it again!

Jack has completed his gargantuan I Did My Mile challenge (which we told you about a few weeks ago) for our Week of Action. To draw attention to the way that OCD comes in many different forms, and how every person’s experience of OCD is completely...

Posted on: 3rd March 2016 by: Charlie Loveday
Categories Fundraising