Hello and welcome to the Team St Ann’s Training Zone! Thank you so much for choosing to take part in an event for our patients. You are helping us to continue providing world class care for thousands of people with life limiting illnesses across Greater Manchester every year, at our three sites or in their own homes.
Now you’re all signed up it’s time to get training. Whether you are swimming, cycling, running or hiking for St Ann’s, we have all the expert training advice and plans you’ll need to make sure you’re ready for event day. You can also find answers to those burning questions you've always had using our virtual Personal Trainer tool, so fire away!
Thank you so much again for choosing to make a difference to people with life limiting illnesses and their loved ones, right when they need it most. From all our patients, doctors, nurses, and everyone else at St Ann’s Hospice- we think you’re amazing.
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