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jackie Haverson

jackie's Up and over the o2 for young carers

To give young carers a day out to remember for West Norfolk Carers because Young carers are inspirational

115 %
raised of £350 target
by 29 supporters

West Norfolk Carers

We support unpaid family carers of all ages to cope with their caring role

Charity Registration No. 1107546


As many of my freinds and family know in the last 16 month I been on a journey. 

18 months ago I very really left the house only to go to work and shopping on a Friday. Due to not being able to walk very much without being in a lot of pain.

This was not an Illness this was because I was extremely overweight and would would not except  that I was . So many people tried to help me and I would get angry with them and think what do they know I am in pain I can not excise 

Well after one shocking photo taken on new years eve I realised something had to be done..

Roll on 16months later I  am still over weight but slowly getting to to a better place. and walking and doing PT Session's 

I have not been following the weight on the scales but setting myself small targets that I have achieved each time.

But now my next target is a big one I am going to climb the o2 arena in London on may 17th this is all self funded . 

As many of you know I work with young carers in west Norfolk and would like to raise some money to take theses remarkable children and young adults on a day trip in the summer holidays. 

West Norfolk Carers is a charity that has no government  funding and relies on charitable donations. 

We support young carers as young as 6. Hard to believe I know that a child of 6 could be caring for a parent or sibling at that age but after nearly 12 years in this job I have met some remarkable young carers. 

Please help me raise a little bit of money to give these young carers 1 days break during the school holidays and let them for 1 day be a child as well as a  young carer