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Ataxia-Telangiectasia (A-T) is a progressive genetic condition which causes severe disability and is life-limiting.

The A-T Society supports families to live their lives to the full and funds medical research.

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A-T Society Christmas Raffle

We have some AMAZING prizes on offer in our Christmas raffle including;

* Majorca Villa for 7 nights (sleeps 10)
* Sony PS4
* Exquisite white gold diamond stud earrings
* Dorset Cottage Mini-break

Order your tickets online today or call 01582 760733.

All proceeds go to support the invaluable work of
the A-T Society.

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Merry abseils from a climb during her triathlon

High Achievers!

Many people have been moved and inspired by Ebony Robinson's story which has been covered on the One Show for BBC Children in Need over the past few weeks. Her determination to succeed and live life to the full has shown the nation how much young people with A-T can achieve with the right support.

We have many more examples of young people with
A-T like Ebony who are pushing the boundaries to live the lives they want.

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Events

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    A classical concert concert with Jennifer Pike

    Following a successful concert here in January, internationally-renowned violinist Jennifer Pike returns to Harpenden to perform in support of the A-T Society. Accompanied by the Hertfordshire Chamber Orchestra, she will play Dvořák’s beautiful Violin Concerto in A minor and Beethoven’s much-loved 7th symphony, which Richard Wagner called ’the apotheosis of the Dance.’ The concert will take place on Saturday 14th January at 7.30pm at St Nicholas Church in Harpenden. Book your tickets online today and be part of this musical evening.The concert has been kindly sponsored by Hicks Chartered Accountants, Audit and Tax Specialists.

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    Vive le vèlo champagne cycle tour

    If an intense, exhilarating and rewarding cycling experience is at the top of your list, then why not sign up for our new cycle challenge? Starting from St Albans Cathedral on Wednesday 10th May 2017, cyclists will pedal a total of 346 miles over 4 days to the finish line in Epernay, the Champagne capital of France. Why not challenge yourself and give young people with A-T hope for the future.

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