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Bianca Hare

Aysgarth to Aysgarth School Challenge 16 Miles - Blind!

Fundraising for Royal National Institute of Blind People

246 %
raised of £5,000 target
by 169 supporters
  • Event: Aysgarth to Aysgarth School Challenge 16 miles - Blind!, 19 May 2019

Royal National Institute of Blind People

We help blind and partially sighted people to break down the barriers of sight loss

Charity Registration No. 226227


Dear Friends and Family 

I am so excited that my school have chosen to raise funds as a community for the RNIB (Children, Young People & Family Services) via The Aysgarth to Aysgarth School 16 mile Sponsored Walk.

I shall be doing it blind, no need for a blindfold...but nearly everyone else will do half a mile blindfolded to add to the challenge and to see and feel things things my way.

My brother Hugo (6) and I (10) have a very rare genetic eye disease, but we haven’t let it stop us, as most of you know. I ride my bike freely around school, luckily my friends can see me coming! I’m a really good surfer, skier & swimmer. I have already won a few swimming medals, and am taking my training to a para competitive level. I’m also in the school swim team, competing against sighted peers.

I am able to do all this because I have had invaluable support from my friends, schools & family.

The funds raised will go to helping visually impaired children, young people & families, and also those with additional & complex needs to face their future with confidence!

Here is a link to some of the services they provide:

Thank you for your support. 

Love Archie & Hugo (P.s. Hugo is planning on doing 5 miles with me too! )

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