Brave Northampton dad to take on eight-hour swim in aid of charity that helps his disabled daughter ride horses

A selfless Northampton dad is set to attempt an eight-hour fundraising swim across the Sea of Galilee in Israel to raise money for a horse-riding charity who have helped to raise the confidence of his disabled daughter.
Stuart Hacker of St Crispins is hoping to raise up to £5,000 to donate towards the Hannah Payne Riding for Disabled Association group (RDA), who specialise and offer riding therapy for up to 20 blind and disabled children each year.
Mr Hacker’s seven-year-old daughter, Katie, has a rare condition that affects her brain, but with the help of the charity she has been riding... read more

18 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 31

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