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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Top British Racing Driver Andy Carter Retires to help his son

Andy Carter the 4 Times European Top Fuel racing champion has just retired to support his son Albert with his Formula One racing mission. Andy and his team at Carter Motorsport have recently been helping me with Nitro FM to raise awareness about MS again at the Santa pod Raceway 2011 European Finals.
To see Andy's last competative run and his team addressing the fine tuning needed for the fastest motor sport on earth VISIT the NitroFM page on facebook or my website latest news on
Well done Andy you've doing a fantastic job helping British Motor Racing and Raise Awareness about MS.
Here I am with Albert Carter, for Nitro FM, at the race Track!

So Proud To Be A London Rotarian

I am so excited to report I have recently become a member of The Rotary Club of London. The London Club is celebrating it's 100th Birthay and continues to really support so many important causes in both the UK and around the world.
For more information about what the Rotary Club of London is & does to help others please visit:

Monday, October 10, 2011

Latest news about MS on BBC Radio with Jon Briggs

The findings of a review of NHS MS Health Service released today has shown slow progress to fully meet peoples needs and tough patient symptoms. These often not visible or variable like: fatigue, nerve pain, cognitive.
Jon Briggs talks to me about this important matter on BBC Radio and how I feel things really are for people affected by MS. I shared that we all need to work together & make these MS services meet our needs today. Additionally keep helping people to understand what MS is and may mean to someone.
Always a pleasure chatting to Jon Briggs. Thanks Jon for all your support to help me keep raising awareness about MS.
Follow this link to listen for next 6 Days
James Cannon : 10/10/2011 show 1600-1900
My interview starts around 136 mins until 143! So different not to be asking the questions!