Do you want to join me in making a difference? I'm running the Great North Run to raise money in aid of MORPETH GROUP RIDING FOR THE DISABLED and every donation will help.
As most of you know my daughter Lily May was diagnosed with autism when she was 5 years old. She started horse riding to help improve the symptoms of her condition. She has never looked backed and continues to thrive and develop while taking part in something that she loves. The consistency of staffing and regular lessons gives her the sensory input that she craves which in turn has improved her confidence, helped her to improve her interaction skills and improved her motor skills while teaching her resilience. Last year Lily May was selected by her instructor to represent them in the RDA Countryside Challenge competition. She came 1st place in the regional rounds at Washington, qualifying for the National Championships in Hartpury where she came 2nd place. The centre paid for entry fees and transportation of the horses to all of the competitions and they rely heavily upon volunteers and donations for the upkeep of the horses and the centre. Many SEN schools benefit from the Pegasus centre, with their students taking part in regular lessons. Volunteers are not only needed to help with the upkeep of the horses be also for the valuable lessons that the centre provides.
The Pegasus Centre gives so much to many people and their families including us that I would like to repay their good work and efforts by raising some much needed money for them and giving something back.
Any donation no matter how big or small will be greatly appreciated, many thanks!