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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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Something to make some noise about!

We are thrilled and excited to be one of the few national charities selected to receive funding and support from Global’s Make Some Noise charity. Through them we will be able to reach over 24 million radio listeners as Global unites 8 of the biggest radio stations in the UK including Heart, Capital, Smooth, Gold, LBC and Classic FM. This is an incredible opportunity for the A-T Society to raise awareness of Ataxia-Telangiectasia.

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Family weekend - the count down has begun!

We are so looking forward to welcoming you all at our annual A-T family weekend (1st -3rd July). We're delighted to announce that the event is fully booked with over 200 people attending. Whilst the agenda is action packed, there will be plenty of time for everyone to catch up with old friends and make some new ones too. You will have received an information pack in the post with everything you need to know so don't forget to bring this with you.

Click on the 'read more' button below for a quick guide to all the essential information you'll need to get to the A-T family weekend.

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    Join the A-Team at the British 10k London Run.

    The British 10k London Run is taking place on 10th July. Why not join the A-Team and take in the sights of London as you run, jog or walk just over 6 miles. The run is staged on the world’s greatest road race route through the heart of central London, passing many of the capital’s truly world class historic landmarks. From elite runners to occasional joggers, the enthusiasm of the crowd makes this a very special event.

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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 7th September, cyclists will pedal a total of 346 miles over 4 days to the finish line in Epernay, the Champagne capital of France. If you need any further inspiration then watch our video.

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