Blue Arrows season finale

22 December 2016, 12:00 am
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Thank you to all the amazing riders at Blue Arrows and their instructor Dr Celia for putting on such a good show. 

The Big Give Christmas Challenge

21 November 2016, 12:00 am
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Donate to God Unlimited Outdoor Therapy on from 12pm on #GivingTuesday 29th November and your donation will be doubled!

God Unlimited Outdoor Therapy is taking part in the Christmas Challenge, the UK’s biggest online match funding campaign which helps UK-registered charities raise funds for their cause. The campaign is run by the Big Give which was founded by entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir Alec Reed in 2007. Since the Big Give launched the campaign in 2008, it has raised over £71 million for more than 2,500 charity projects. We will be raising funds for the project The Gul Christmas Challenge and aim to raise £20000 in total. Online donations will kindly be doubled by the Big Give’s philanthropic partner, The Blagrave Trust. We will only be able to double donations while our match funds last, so please make sure you donate as soon after 12pm on Tuesday 29th November as possible. For more information on how to donate during the Challenge, please click here or feel free to contact us This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Thank you in advance for your support.



Munro Update

14 March 2016, 12:00 am
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Well, time marches on and I am no closer to organising the finer (or any) details of the epic adventure. Unfortunately, things ground to a halt following illness and a pending Open University assignment (Naomi) and lameness (Isla - poor wonder dog). 


As a result, Isla is on bed rest and lead walks only, but I am back on nearly fighting form and smashed a personal best on average pace time today. 5:45 per km to 5:30 per km. Not bad considering the lack of running last week! 


However, things are on the up! The assignment is nearly finished and then a few more weeks to go and this module will be finished. Then I will have 15 hours study time per week to plan routes, rest stops, shower stops, overnight stops and everything else. Not to mention try and train even more! 


And the best bit is, that despite my current lack of time to organise, everyone is still being extremely supportive through Facebook, Twitter, and The Big Give. If you break it down, I only need to be sponsored £100 per Munro and we will have hit target. Lets get solar panels down at the yard so we can provide better therapy, all year round.