Monday 9th Feb – Sunday 16th Feb
This week I ran Tuesday’s ten-mile run on my own. Some of the guys ran on Monday instead so they … Continue reading
I started this week of training ready for it. I didn’t skip circuits on Monday and thoroughly enjoyed.
Tuesday was an increased long run and I … Continue reading
Our very own Jo Popham is running the Virgin London Marathon on 26th April 2020!
It was her 50th birthday last year, and she had always … Continue reading
The Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales, is urging anyone who has been a kidney patient or a carer for a kidney patient to consider joining the charity’s befriender scheme.
The Paul Popham Fund aims to improve the lives of kidney patients in Wales, and a key part of … Continue reading
Nine year old, Liam Harris, from Ysgol Tirdeunaw, has been taking part in a ‘Genius Hour’ project at his school over the last nine weeks.
He chose to make lemonade for his project and has been trailing different varieties over the last two months to get the most popular flavour. … Continue reading
The Paul Popham Fund were delighted to fully fund a Christmas party for kidney patients and family members from the Merthyr dialysis unit support group.
Over 50 patients, family members and staff attended the party on Sunday 24th November in Merthyr football club.
They were treated to a three course Christmas … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce the winners of our 2019 Christmas Card competition. We were overwhelmed by the number of entries we have received which is reflected in the number of winning cards this year.
The cards will all be printed by Spring Design for use by the entrants and … Continue reading
18 members of the Paul Popham Running Club took part in the las Vegas rock ‘n’ roller marathon, half marathon, 10k and 5k event last weekend..
Founder of the Running Club, Joanne Popham, always had the ambition to run the New York Marathon to celebrate her 50th birthday. Unfortunately, it … Continue reading
The first Paul Popham Fund Transplant Café took place at the Village Hotel in Swansea last week (#villagegreen).
These cafes offer an opportunity for kidney patients to … Continue reading
The Paul Popham Fund has been approved by the WJEC Enterprise Community Challenge at Key Stage 4 of the Welsh Baccalaureate.
The aim of the Community Challenge is to develop learners’ skills, whilst encouraging learners to identify, develop and participate in opportunities that will benefit the community. During the Community … Continue reading