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£335
raised of £1,500 target by 19 supporters

    Weʼve raised £335 to help referbish the sensory room

    Funded on Saturday, 29th June 2019

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    a group off 13 men will be attemptiong the 10 peak challlenge on september the 21st. Starting in Buttermere and ending in Great Langdale, the 10 Peaks Challenge takes in the summits below, in one 17 mile (27.5km) push with 2519m (8264ft) of ascent.

    Leg 1: Gatesgarth Farm – Red Pike 4.5km

    Leg 2: Red Pike – High Stile 1.2km

    Leg 3: High Stile – High Crag 1.5km

    Leg 4: High Crag – Green Gable 6km

    Leg 5: Green Gable – Great Gable 0.8km

    Leg 6: Great Gable – Lingmell 4.2km

    Leg 7: Lingmell – Scafell Pike 1.5km

    Leg 8: Scafell Pike – Great End 1.8km

    Leg 9: Great End – Esk Pike 1.6km

    Leg 10: Esk Pike – Bow Fell 1.6km

    Leg 11: Bow Fell – Stool End Farm 3.5km

    We are raising money for Hillside Specialist School and College witch educates students with autism and serves the whole of Lancashire. Hillside provides specialist teaching to children and young people with a diagnosis of Autism from the age of 3 to 19.

    The school currently has a sensory room that students access on a daily basis. Our sensory room is an essential area for our students as it helps develop a range of skills, in a calming, learning and therapeutic environment.

    Because of the benefits it has to our pupils, it is in desperate need of an upgrade. An updated room would develop pupil wellbeing, communication and social skills and enable our students to access equipment independently in a specialist learning environment. The technology we are looking to install will provide an essential part to our pupil’s development and sensory diets. A combination of lights and musical equipment, such as fibre-optics, bubble tubes and touch activated sound buttons, would provide visual and auditory sensory feedback. Soft play equipment and Sensory Integration swings would support pupils gross and fine motor development and give them proprioceptive and vestibular sensory feedback.

    the school will benefit massivley from our help and would be greatly appreciated, if you could make a small donation every little helps it takes less than a few minuets.

    Hillside Specialist School and College

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      19

      • Lynnette

        Lynnette

        Mar 28, 2019

        Good luck x

        £20.00

      • M davis

        M davis

        Mar 20, 2019

        Good luck lads

        £50.00

      • Lynne Newton

        Lynne Newton

        Mar 15, 2019

        Good luck, a great cause x

        £20.00

      • David Boardman

        David Boardman

        Mar 14, 2019

        An immense challenge for a great cause. All the best from The Boardmans!!!

        £20.00

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        Mar 13, 2019

        Ooh good luck! ❤️

      • Susan Nutter

        Susan Nutter

        Mar 12, 2019

      • Olivia Short

        Olivia Short

        Mar 11, 2019

        My niece has really grown and her communication abilities are now flourishing with the help of this school. The work they do is amazing

        £10.00

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