Scientists’ Charity Cycle for Niemann Pick

21st September 2020 | 0 Comments

Our wonderful Niemann Pick scientists are once again taking on a challenge to raise money for the NPRF and Niemann-Pick UK on Sunday, 27th September. This year’s challenge is to cycle from the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford through Oxfordshire, visiting 20 villages as part of the NPUK 20 in 2020 Challenge.…

NPC Disease: cellular pathology and pharmacotherapy article one of the top downloads in Journal of Neurochemistry

6th May 2020 | 0 Comments

Congratulations to Simon Wheeler and Dan Sillence from De Montfort University, Leicester who’s research paper on Riemann-Pick type C disease: cellular pathology and pharmacotherapy received some of the most downloads in the 12 months from January 2018 to December 2019. The article was published at the end of the period, which makes the award even…

NPRF Funding at De Montfort University, Leicester

3rd March 2020 | 0 Comments

A collaboration of funding between the NPRF and Ryklow Charitable Trust supported Simon Wheeler and Dan Sillence at De Montfort University, Leicester looking into the cellular pathology and pharmacotherapy in NPC disease. This successful research has resulted in a paper being published in the Journal of Neurochemistry. To read the paper, please follow the link…

Team of Scientists take on Challenge for NPC Research

18th September 2019 | 0 Comments

Our wonderful scientists are once again taking on a challenge to raise money for the NP UK and the NPRF. This year they are going to bike, walk and canoe their way from the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford to the Niemann Pick UK family conference in Wyboston Lakes in Bedfordshire. The…

Ashington Page Complete their Ridgeway Challenge

14th September 2019 | 0 Comments

A massive congratulations to the Ashington Page team who finished their Ridgeway Challenge on the 1st September walking the final 25 miles from Chinnor to Ivinghoe Beacon. They’ve kindly taken on this challenge to raise funds for the NPRF and we can’t thank them enough for al their support. It’s not too late to support…

Ashington Page Continue their Ridgeway Walk Challenge

11th August 2019 | 0 Comments

The team at Ashington Page are back out on the Ridgeway looking to complete Day 3 of their challenge. Today’s trek will see them walk 24 miles from Streatley to Chinnor. Hopefully the weather will be kinder today! Good luck to the team and thank you to everyone who has already supported them and the…

Day 2 of Ridgeway Challenge Completed

26th June 2019 | 0 Comments

Congratulations to Tracey and Belinda from Ashington Page Beaconsfield, who successfully completed Day 2 of their Ridgeway Challenge on Sunday. Perfect walking weather helped them set a great pace and apparently the views were amazing! Day 3 is in August, so further updates to follow. Thanks to Ashington Page for choosing the NPRF to benefit…

Day 2 of the Ridgeway Challenge with Ashington Page, Beaconsfield

23rd June 2019 | 0 Comments

As a small charity we are eternal grateful to everyone who organises events, raising much needed funds for the NPRF. We are also fortunate that our local community is so amazing and keep rising to various challenges helping us continue to support research. One team doing that is the team at Ashington Page in Beaconsfield…

Still time to support Tim and his ‘Race to the King’ tomorrow!

21st June 2019 | 0 Comments

Thanks to everyone who has already supported Tim with his Race to the King challenge tomorrow. William is planning on meeting Tim during the race, so watch this space for some pictures en route. Support to date has been incredible, but it’s not too late to help him surpass his target and inspire him to…

Tim Wallis’ Race to the King in aid of the NPRF

25th April 2019 | 0 Comments

On 22 June Tim Wallis, William’s godfather and an NPRF Trustee will be completing the 52 mile ultra marathon the ‘Race to the King’ in aid of the NPRF. Please check out his Virgin Giving page for more information about the event and to support him raising much needed funds to keep the hope alive…