Rob Burrow

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Rob Burrow

13 Oct 2020 18:23 pm:

Very sad and emotional programme tonight.
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Re: Rob Burrows

13 Oct 2020 19:08 pm:

Extremely tough watch.

A cruel, cruel disease
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Re: Rob Burrows

13 Oct 2020 21:10 pm:

Agreed - a very tough watch
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Thoughts with Rob and his family
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Re: Rob Burrows

14 Oct 2020 06:16 am:

So hard to watch, he and his family are so brave.
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Re: Rob Burrows

14 Oct 2020 06:41 am:

Very sad programme and a true fighter.

NOW can you correct the title as his surname is BURROW
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Re: Rob Burrows

14 Oct 2020 07:38 am:

[quote="Allen Prior"]Very sad programme and a true fighter.

NOW can you correct the title as his surname is BURROW[/quote

IS that better?
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Re: Rob Burrows

14 Oct 2020 07:39 am:

He and Doddie are doing a great job raising both awareness and funds.

For more info on Doddie'5 work https://www.myname5doddie.co.uk/


If you have a pooch he or she would look the db's sporting a Doddie'5 tartan collar and lead.....
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Re: Rob Burrow

14 Oct 2020 07:50 am:

What night/TV channel was this programme on RB/MND please ??
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Re: Rob Burrow

14 Oct 2020 07:57 am:

Gloucester Mute wrote:What night/TV channel was this programme on RB/MND please ??


BBC2 last night
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Re: Rob Burrow

14 Oct 2020 08:40 am:

2 pals have died of this in the last 18 months, one was a well known local Glos player and contributor to this site. The other was and recent was Mark, better known as the Flower Man in Chelt - both around their late 40's / early 50's. Decent guys both.

I understand from reading that MND has a number of similarities with Parkinson's.

Watching Doddie (with his sense of humour) & Rob is inspirational aswell extremely humbling.
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