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Staff attempt 3 lakes, 3 countries in 24 hours challenge

Staff at Young Epilepsy St Piers School and College are raising funds for a wheelchair accessible boat for students on campus.

The team of seven, Scott, Olly, Alex, Marcus, Aldo, Murray and Ross will attempt to paddle three of the longest lakes in England, Scotland and Wales in just 24 hours. The challenge will start in Scotland where they will paddle loch Awe (25miles), then drive to the lake district to paddle lake Windemere (11 miles) then onto the last stage to complete Llyn Tegid (7 miles) in Wales.

The Wheelyboat will enable, include and facilitate Young Epilepsy St Piers students in accessing a fully vibrant “boating experience”.

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Quote Icon St. Piers/Young Epilepsy has been a lifesaver. The staff are incredible – totally devoted, attend to the childrens needs both with a fair amount of discipline/understanding and care. They manage to put the fun back into these disabled childrens lives. A fantastic school all round.

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  St. Piers School is part of Young Epilepsy. Young Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy Charitable Trust.  https://www.youngepilepsy.org.uk

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