Weʼre raising £5,000 to The Island Project - School for Autistic & Arley Primary School Charity Joust hosted by Muck Sweat & Rears
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On June the 21st this year, our company Muck Sweat & Rears, with the help of some very talented friends, are putting on a four horse joust at our son's school (Arley Primary School in New Arley, Warwickshire). This is to help raise funds for both the Primary School and a local school dedicated to those with autism called The Island Project - www.theislandproject.co.uk
Muck Sweat & Rears founder, Steve Sedgwick, worked there a few years ago and they do some incredible work with children who in many cases have very severe autism. They have been described by the local council as being a 'last chance' for children in the area and as a registered charity are reliant on private funding to help them continue. When he left there, Steve vowed that where possible he would help them with fund raising and that has come in the way of the joust.
We also want to raise funds for our son's school, Arley Primary as they have been very supportive in his education – Luke has a higher than average ability with maths and literacy and the support that they have given him has been fantastic.
This is the perfect opportunity to say thank you and to raise funds for two very deserving schools.
We are also in the process of contacting the media, TV, Radio, Press etc and local businesses to help raise further awareness to this cause. all money raised will be split between both schools for the benefit of the pupils
Steve and Sam Sedgwick
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Edwards Insurance Brokers
Jun 12, 2019
Good luck with this event raising money for very worthwhile causes
May 24, 2019
Looking forward to the day
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