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£635raised of £1,000 target by 29 supporters

    Weʼve raised £635 to Kimbolton 24 Hour Row

    Funded on Tuesday, 18th September 2018

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    It's this time of the year again: The Kimbolton 24hr Row has come around again for the third time. This year we will be raising money for two charities: Dan's Hope and Young People's Mental Health. Both charities are worthy causes and I know a lot of you hold them close to your hearts. I have included a description of each charity at the bottom of this email.

    For those who have not heard about the 24 Hour Row, we have two rowing machines running for 24 hours straight. However, we can’t do it on our own, so we need your help. We would like as many pupils and staff (all staff welcome, not just the teachers) to get involved. If you chose to sign up, you only have to do a 20 minutes on the rowing machine before passing it on to the next person! Ask anybody in the rowing squad, myself or Mr Cole about availability of slots, either in person or via email.

    If this sounds like a great idea, but you’re worried about using a rowing machine, then don’t panic! You don't need to be a rower to help out; we will be running a session before the event for any non-rowers who want to take part and want to see how the rowing machines work.

    We are also running a just giving page if you want to help out but the prospect of rowing doesn’t appeal to you. This is a brilliant way for you to help raise money for charity and any help will be much appreciated!

    Important Information:

    · 24hr Row Starting Date and Time: 22/06/2018 16:40

    · 24hr Row Ending Date and Time: 23/06/2018 16:40

    The first charity we have chosen is called Dan's Hope, which currently supports a child who is attending the prep school and has muscular dystrophy. The money raised will also go towards researching muscular disorders such as muscular dystrophy.

    We have also chosen to support the charity Young People's Mental Health, that has been organised by the family of Will Templeton. This charity aims to spread awareness and continue research into the mental health of young people across the UK.



    • David Cole6 months ago
      David Cole

      David Cole

      6 months ago

      The 24 hour row is nearly over! Just a couple more hours. Thank you to everyone who has donated so far.

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    • The Denton Family

      The Denton Family

      Jul 1, 2018

      Fantastic effort. Well done every oen


    • J Holdaway

      J Holdaway

      Jun 26, 2018

      Congratulations to all involved, great achievement and hope the aches and pains are fading.


    • Anonymous


      Jun 25, 2018

      Amazing, simply amazing.


    • S Lawrence

      S Lawrence

      Jun 25, 2018

      Well done to everyone who participated and made it such a successful event.


    • Sandra McLellan

      Sandra McLellan

      Jun 24, 2018

      A great effort by you all.. a big thank you from Dan McLellan's Granny & Grandad xx


    • Anonymous


      Jun 24, 2018

      Great effort Team K, and it is two excellent causes that you are supporting. Hope the blisters done last too long :-)


    • Chevan Elliott

      Chevan Elliott

      Jun 24, 2018

      Well done to all those involved!


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