Parkinson's won't stop former millionaire Brian Burnie from helping cancer patients



A former millionaire who gave up everything for his charity says he has no plans of stopping despite being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.
Entrepreneur Brian Burnie made a vast fortune after leaving school at 15 to become a grocer, but in 2010 he sold his £16 million estate in Doxford Hall, Northumberland.
The huge sum of money was invested in the charity he now dedicates his life to, Daft as a Brush Patient Cancer Care.
The charity transports cancer patients to and from hospital for treatment in a fleet of brightly-coloured ambulances and has grown from strength to strength over the... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 57
Source: Sunday Sun
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