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London Marathon 2016

by | Apr 21, 2016

LewisAlbright IP is delighted to support Nigel Stoddart in his running of the 2016 London Marathon.

Nigel is an IT consultant and helped Robert Games, our Managing Director, to set up his first computer as a favour when setting up Albright Patents around 9 years ago. Nigel is running in aid of the National Autistic Society, a charity very close to his family’s heart. His son, Lewis, pictured here, is on the autism spectrum. Nigel says:

“Many of you will know that our son – Lewis has been diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum. The process of getting a diagnosis and the right support has been a real battle for Caroline and I, and our adjustment in how we understand and deal with the condition has at times been a struggle.

Whilst Lewis’ journey remains a long one we are extremely grateful for the support we have received from friends and organisations such as the National Autistic Society, and I know we would not have got this far without them.

As a thank you for their support I will be running the London Marathon for Lewis, and raising much needed funds for NAS. Thank you for looking at my page.”

https://nas-london-marathon-2016.everydayhero.com/uk/nigelstoddart