I can't begin to tell you what a week that was, I cycled more miles than I believe I ever could, testing often and daily my body to the limit.
Our group have now raised over £30,000 and just look at what is happening…YOUR money is going to work! Bliss has already received £2500 for the first £10k raised, and they’ll get the rest once the total has been finalised in November. They work tirelessly to help families of children born too early, too small, too sick.
The Ashley Scrivens Foundation (TASF) has awarded 2 grants, firstly to Allsorts Gloucestershire, who work with children with learning disabilities, to enable there to be a Special Olympics Hub within Cirencester, with the target to get 40 non-active children involved within Special Olympics in the next 3 years. The second grant is going to Everyone Active to enable the upskilling of two gymnastics coaches to Level 2 Trampoline, meaning that Cirencester will have a trampoline club open for the first time in years, with the plan to upskill the 2 coaches further in 2017 to enable disability trampolining sessions to run also.