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Closed 26/09/2018



£25raised of £100 target by 2 supporters

    Weʼve raised £25 to raise money for JPC Community farm, myself and a group of people will be doing a sponsored walk this Saturday the 2nd of June.

    Funded on Wednesday, 26th September 2018

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    This year I have been lucky enough to be shortlisted for Miss Durham. I am going to be doing some fundraising this Saturday (2nd of june), myself and a group of people will be doing a sponsored walk from Durham to Shildon, in fancy dress, to raise money for the charity JPC community farm, which is a charity that has been set up to provide supported accommodation for children and adults with various disabilities. Julie Connaughton and her husband have bought a farm in North Yorkshire to renovate and make it suitable for the supported accommodation. They came up with the idea as their son has cerebral palsy and they know how difficult it is to care 24/7 for someone, so by doing this is will not only help the individual themselves but also their family and friends.



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      • mike


        May 30, 2018

        On behalf of Roni Ayre


      • Cheryle Davidson

        Cheryle Davidson

        May 29, 2018


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