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Raymond Fleming Challenging Loch Lomond for DDDCF

Dear Members,
I would appreciate if you could take the time to look at this link below. Raymond Fleming is a Paramedic and is trying to raise funds on behalf of Dumbarton District Disabled Children’s Forum. His own daughter has been greatly assisted by this charity over the years and he is now trying to assist them.
Even if you are not in a position to donate directly it would of great help if you could circulate the link to friends and colleagues via facebook etc.
Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.
My friends (James MacKinnonCharles McCurleyDavid Floyd & CraigFerguson) and I are “Challenging Loch Lomond” on 12th May 2018.
This gruelling challenge involves the following:
Part one: 27 mile cycle from Balloch Bridge to Beinglas Farm
Part two: 17 mile cross country run from Beinglas Farm to Rowardennan
Part three: 25 mile cycle from Rowardennan to Balloch Bridge
We as a family have benefited greatly from Dumbarton District Disabled Children’s Forum (DDDCF).
Our daughter Alicia was diagnosed with Autism 5 years ago.  Alicia is non-verbal and requires a lot of support from us to help  her understand the world around her. There are not a lot of activities in the community for disabled children and this is when we discovered DDDCF.
DDDCF is a parent/carer led group for disabled children & their families. They run activities in the holidays, provide support for members and they also have a caravan that provides much needed respite to children & their families. This group allows disabled children to feel included in the community and experience new activities in a safe and supported environment.  Any donations are greatly appreciated and go directly to supporting disabled children.

Posted: 27th February 2018

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