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wheelyboat challenge

Wheely good fundraiser!

The Wheelyboat Trust and Young Epilepsy are to host a ‘Swim the Lake’ challenge at the local Weir Wood Reservoir near to Young Epilepsy’s campus.

The 4km challenge is in aid of the Wheelyboat Project, which provides disabled people with independent access to waterborne activities. This will provide students with a Coulam Wheelyboat V20 at St Piers School and College.

As the boats are specifically adapted for wheelchairs this will enable our students the freedom and sensory delights the water can bring.

So if you consider yourself a good swimmer and don’t mind the cold, this is the perfect event for you!

If you are interested in taking part in the ‘Swim the Lake’ challenge, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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