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    Weʼve raised £1,815 to To raise money to put towards the upgrade of the playground in the Kilpatrick schools campus which cares for additional needs children .

    Clydebank, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 24th June 2017

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    My name is Sandy Meikle. I am a father of 3 children, two of which are Autistic. My daughter Steevi age 7 has Aspergers Syndrom and attends mainstream school and my son Charlie age 5 has 'classic Autism' and attends a local additional needs school called Kilpatrick Schools Campus.
    The school serves children in West Dunbartonshire from preschoolers up to the age of 18 when they leave high school. Children's needs are varied from complex disabilities to learning impairments so this school is so important to our community. Since starting in primary one last year my son charlie has progressed vastly. He is more sociable and can communicate verbally a lot more and has learned lots in his first year.
    Recently the campus was given an all new state of thr art high school by our local authority.

    I, along with a few others have done the tough mudder event for two years in aid of a local autism charity with great success and generosity from friends, family and local people donating to our cause.

    This year me and my team which consists of Alan Robertson, Wendy Blair, Kellie Grumball and Charlotte Nott are taking part in Tough Mudder Scotland 2017 to raise money for outdoor equipment for Kilpatrick School's new playgrounds and gardens.
    After speaking to all areas of the school they would love to put the money we raise towards:
    New gardening equipment
    Outdoor play resources
    Benches
    Storage
    These things will help the kids massively as it will empower them with the tools to shape their own school, create sensory gardens, crow plants and vegetables and more importantly become more sociable and confident with their peers.

    Please give generously to this cause as every single pupil in this school deserves it!

    Thanks you in advance.

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      73

      • Monica Egan

        Monica Egan

        Jun 20, 2017

        Great cause, well done x

        £10.00

      • Wendy Blair

        Wendy Blair

        Jun 20, 2017

        Sponsor Money :)

        £80.00

      • Gordon Blair

        Gordon Blair

        Jun 20, 2017

      • Steph and Godfrey

        Steph and Godfrey

        Jun 20, 2017

        Well done to you all. Loved hearing all about the obstacles on sunday.

        £20.00

      • Michael Grumball

        Michael Grumball

        Jun 17, 2017

        Good Luck to you all with this fantastic effort !

        £20.00

      • hazel lang

        hazel lang

        Jun 16, 2017

        Go sandy. X

        £10.00

      • Anne Glazer

        Anne Glazer

        Jun 16, 2017

        Good luck Kellie and Charlotte! Can't wait to see the pictures! 💪🏻🏃🏻‍♀️🏃🏽‍♀️

        £20.00

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      Sandy Meikle

      Sandy Meikle

      Clydebank, United Kingdom

      My name is Sandy Meikle father of 3 beautiful children, two of which have Autism spectrum disorder. I love my family with all my heart and would do anything for them and this reflects in my gruelling events I do every summer for local charities my children are involved with.

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