Please join us in wishing our wonderful Ambassador Ollie Hynd MBE a very happy birthday. Ollie, pictured, has neuromuscular myopathy and recently won two golds and one silver at the Rio Paralympics for swimming.
Not only is he a swimming champion he is also a valued Ambassador for MDUK and has offered advice and encouragement for other young people affected by muscle-weakening and wasting conditions who are interested in getting involved in sport. ... See MoreSee Less
Our school is currently not wheelchair accessible leaving some children unable to join in. We are needing a few more votes to help get a $5000 grant towards our playground upgrade. If you could please take 2 minutes and vote for our school it would make a huge difference. All children deserve to play! ... See MoreSee Less
Currently, 414 children attend McGirr Elementary School and the currentplayground equipment consists of one swing set that has four seats, and some smallclimbing structures. The school population has ...
We are delighted to introduce the 2016 Muscular Dystrophy UK Inspire Awards winners.
The awards were held at our Scottish Conference on Saturday 22 October at the Golden Jubilee Hotel in Glasgow. Kirsten Oswald MP, pictured right, presented the awards, which aim to recognise our incredible supporters in Scotland.
Here are this year's winners, pictured with CEO Robert Meadowcroft (left):
David Gale (right) – Campaigner of the Year Mairi Leitch (left) – Volunteer of the Year Yvonne Grant – Community Champion David Watson – Lifetime Achievement Award Michael Young (middle) – Scottish Saltire Award