We have three amazing runners taking part in the Royal Parks Half marathon in London on Sunday 9th October. This unique challenge takes in some of the capital's world-famous landmarks on closed roads, and four of London's eight Royal Parks - Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James's Park and Kensington Gardens.
All our Royal Parks runners have first hand experience of a PP diagnosis and the impact this can have.
Sarah Tindley chose to run for APP as she had PP when she had her daughter at age 37.
She says: 'I am now 57 and celebrating 20 years of good mental health aided by regular running and other things. The internet was in its infancy 20 years ago, so I didn't meet anyone else with experience of PP until I discovered APP.
'APP give great support to women with a history of PP and they are raising awareness. I want to raise some funds to help them continue this great work.'
To support Sarah, visit her fundraising page here: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sarah-tindley2
Steve is passionate about raising funds for, and awareness of APP after his wife was diagnosed with PP nine years ago after the birth of their first child. He says: 'APP has been a reliable touchstone for information and community in the years since. They are a small charity so every donation, no matter the size, makes a difference and helps them carry on their good work.'
Find out more and offer your support to Steve here: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/steve-bushell2
Sharing their story as part of his fundraising campaign has been a positive way of raising awareness of postpartum psychosis.
He says: 'As well as our amazing families and friends, we have been fortunate to have the support of the APP community and the NHS staff over the last eight months. Their work makes such a difference to those unfortunate enough to experience postpartum psychosis.'
You can support Jamie's fundraising efforts here: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/app-stock
A massive thank you to all our runners and to everyone who has supported them. We're so grateful and the funds raised will make a real difference to so many families affected by postpartum psychosis.