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Everyman Theatre’s charity walk for St James City Farm & Riding School and Scrubditch Care Farm

Every Christmas The Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham nominate local charities to be their partner, this year it's Scrubditch Care Farm and St James City Farm & Riding School in Gloucester.

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Everyman Theatre’s charity walk for St James City Farm & Riding School and Scrubditch Care Farm
Everyman Theatre’s charity walk for St James City Farm & Riding School and Scrubditch Care Farm

02 Oct 2022, 14:00

Gloucester, Pauntley Ct Dr, Gloucester GL19, UK

About the Quiz

Following in the footsteps of our pantomime hero, Dick Whittington,  by walking from his home at Pauntley Court to (Little) London,  please  sponsor our intrepid team of walkers, made up of theatre staff as well  as volunteers and friends of St James City Farm and Scrubditch Care  Farm, to complete this ten mile challenge, climbing May Hill along the  way!

Please  help us by giving something, however small, to enable these charities  to continue their valuable work.  Theatre staff and the pantomime cast  and crew thank you in advance for your generosity. 

St James City Farm & Riding School lies  at the heart of one of the most deprived areas of Gloucestershire and  offers a taste of the countryside to those who need it most, as well as  being a wonderful place to visit for families.  It offers hands on  practical farm experience and acts as a gateway, building knowledge,  experience and aspirations, so city people can have fun, learn and  benefit from interaction with animals and nature.  Run by ‘The  Friendship Cafe’ - a registered local charity, run mainly by volunteers -  the farm provides a safe and welcoming space for volunteers of all ages  and backgrounds.

Scrubditch  Care Farm near Cirencester provides therapeutic farm-based activities  for adults and young people with learning disabilities and mental health  issues, as well as people living with dementia, helping to build  confidence and independence.  Attendees gain new skills and knowledge,  helping to care for the animals, grow fruit and vegetables, cook with  the produce and spend time enjoying the countryside.

Crowdfunding for the walk here

Tickets

  • Everyman Theatre’s charity wal

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