Plough on the Green continue their fundraising success with new management.

August 14, 2018

The Plough on the Green presented Dingley’s Promise with a cheque for £1,650 from their recent fundraising efforts.

With the recent departure of Ken Gammon, Emma Winter has taken over the management of the Plough on the Green and worked with Jane Wells and patrons of the pub to continue their incredible fundraising work.

Abi Preston-Rees, West Berkshire Centre Manager was overwhelmed to receive the donation, enabling the purchase of a long awaited Trike for the children.  The Tomcat Tiger Trike is expertly designed to suit children with a narrow pelvis, enabling all children with varying needs the chance to ride a bike.  Children with minimal leg function can experience the pedal motion of a bike, with varying independence from a carer control.

Aimee Knight, Operations Manager said “We are grateful, as always, for the ongoing support from the Plough on the Green.  This particular donation, which has led us to purchase the Tomcat Trike, will enable so many of our children to gain the physical benefits of riding a bike, something that for some they never thought would be possible, as well as all the fun they will have whilst doing so!”


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