The Calvert Trust – Exmoor

The Calvert Trust – Exmoor

  So today is Harry’s 10 year Anniversary, but today feels different to the 9 other years we have experienced this day as we are on our way back from the most amazing weekend! Only a few weeks ago I was scrolling through Facebook when an alert came up from CPTeensuk...
When secondary schools don’t want your child

When secondary schools don’t want your child

I can’t really put into words how disheartened I am currently feeling while searching for a secondary school for Charlie and George. Both Charlie and George now have EHCPs in place, covering not only the fact that they both have Cerebral Palsy but also their social...
Mental Health Week

Mental Health Week

So today marks the end of mental Health week and so I thought we would finish with a short blog. Mental health is so important and even more prevalent at the moment and yet a lot of us continue to brush our feelings under the carpet, unable to confide in each other...
Community Spirit

Community Spirit

With everything going on at the moment we had decided to put our fundraising on hold as it was both difficult to arrange and complete challenges and we had to also consider that peoples finances may have been affected from being furloughed or struggling for work and...
Our Story

Our Story

It all started in 2011. My Wife Jo and I  found out that we were having naturally conceived triplets in the February of 2011. The chances of conceiving triplets naturally are 1 in 10,000, and naturally we were ecstatic! However, this is where it all started.  From day...
RDA Saddleworth – Riding School for the Disabled

RDA Saddleworth – Riding School for the Disabled

A couple of the effects of Charlies Cerebral Palsy is that he suffers from tightening in his groin and also weakness of the core. Now whilst he has physio at least 5 days a week to help with this, amongst various other interventions, we are always on the look out for...