Naomi's Munro Marathon
Our resident adrenaline junkie, therapist and diet advisor will be attempting to climb 34 Munro's (mountains in Scotland over 3000ft) in just 3 weeks.
this will be a solo mission... well it would be if it wasn't for her awesome cocker spaniel Isla who will be tagging along for the ride!
July 2016 - July 2016
Gul does not have electricity at our therapy yard that means we have close early in winter time and cannot boil a kettle for a cuppa... Gul plans to install solar panels to provide power for lighting to keep us open into the winter evenings.
Naomi is fundraising to purchase solar panels for our riverside therapy site, meaning we can open for longer in winter and help more people than ever!
raise £3000 to purchase a bank of solar panels, batteries and lights.
Activities» Climb 34 Munro's in 3 weeks with only her puppy Isla as company.
Naomi will be running a blog of her challenge and will keep you up to date of her progress. When we are able to during the winter nights we will have succeeded.
Gul's aim is always to help more people through the provision of our therapy. we are able to record when people arrive and so can monitor the difference the lighting makes to our aims really well.
Not raising enough, if this happens... we are sure it wont, then we will continue to fund raise.
via Naomi's blog, on twitter, facebook and our website and internal newsletters
Budget - Project Cost: £3,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £2,500 Solar Panels Purchase of solar equipment £500 installation cost of installation
The Project is located at our Wiltshire therapy center, Riverside.
Gul currently helps over 200 people each week. these people are from a mix of backgrounds but always disadvantaged either by location, special needs or circumstances. in 2014 Gul was able to carry our over 10000 hours of therapy to these individuals and hopes to continue to increase this as we progress.
Gul, is the only place where our kind of work, Therapy using horses with a specialist mixed team of clinical staff, exercise staff, dietitians and equine staff can work together to create a relaxed environment to help people on their path to recovery.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
The person doing the climbing...