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    Weʼve raised £445 to Please click on this page To help raise funds for Carlisle Riding for the Disabled Group.

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    Carlisle, United Kingdom
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    Funded on Sunday, 17th September 2017

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    Carlisle Riding For The Disabled Group which is part of a National Charity based at Blackdyke Riding Centre Carlisle. The group helps provide Horse riding lessons for Disabled Children and Adults, riding is a fun activity and helps with balance, co ordination and muscle development. One of the most important things horse riding gives back to the riders is self confidence and a sense of independence which is invaluable watching them grow. My Daughter Hannah has been riding with the Carlisle Group for the past 10 years as she was born with Right Heliplegia Cerebral palsy, Hannahs Physiotherapist recommended when she was 4 years old we try horse riding as it helps strengthen her core muscles and posture. As Hannahs confidence has grown along with her horse riding ability over the years Hannah now competes at National level and hopes one day to be part of the Paralympic team this shows not only Hannah's dedication but the Volunteers who dedicate their free time to help the riders achieve their goals. Being a Dad watching your child grow has inspired me to volunteer part of my time to help the Carlisle group as we sometimes struggle for dedicated volunteers to help with the Horses and riders and organise group activities. Fundraising and donating are the most important ways of supporting the group to help it grow and support the Charity, my way of giving something back will be taking Part in a Charity Bike Ride taking place on September 10th 2017 riding from Glasgow to Edingburgh, as part of PEDAL FOR SCOTALND bike challenge, and would like to raise £1000.00 for the Charity which will help to go towards Livery Fees for the Horse the Charity now owns and also equipment. If you can make a donation it will be greatly received and a fantastic way of supporting a local Charity.

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      • Sam Jones

        Sam Jones

        Sep 13, 2017

        £5.00

      • Scott Palmer & Daniella Morrison

        Scott Palmer & Daniella Morrison

        Sep 10, 2017

        Congratulations Mark on your great achievement for a fantastic cause!

        £25.00

      • Pamela Palmer

        Pamela Palmer

        Sep 10, 2017

        Thinking of you Mark - Well done and safe travels. x.

        £10.00

      • Karen Burgess

        Karen Burgess

        Sep 10, 2017

        Good luck for today Mark! And good luck fundraising for such a worthy cause! Love Karen, Ian, Ruby & Izzy. xXx

        £10.00

      • Jane Holme

        Jane Holme

        Sep 9, 2017

        Good luck Mark, fantastic cause, I love seeing pictures and reports of your girls enjoying their riding

        £5.00

      • Sheena Bulman

        Sheena Bulman

        Sep 8, 2017

        Good luck Mark 🍀

        £10.00

      • Ian Chappell

        Ian Chappell

        Sep 7, 2017

        Mark, have a good ride on Sunday and be careful! Sue, Ian and Mia x

        £10.00

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      Mark Palmer

      Mark Palmer

      Carlisle, United Kingdom

      Carlisle Riding For The Disabled Group which is part of a National Charity based at Blackdyke Riding Centre Carlisle. The group helps provide Horse riding lessons for Disabled Children and Adults, riding is a fun activity and helps with balance, co ordination and muscle developme

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