Inner Wheel help local project trot towards target

Wednesday 7th July 2021 11:30 am

Subscribe newsletter

Subscribe to our email and get updates right in your inbox.

Move the Mind, the Kilmersdon farmyard and fields project that helps young people on the autistic spectrum gain joy, confidence and calm through interaction with animals and birds, has been given a boost by members of the Midsomer Norton and Radstock Inner Wheel Club.

Seen here presenting a cheque to Move the Mind’s founder, Nicole Gillard and horse, Harvey, are Heather Langridge (left), at the end of her Presidential club year, and a former President and next year’s Treasurer, Sue Hopkins.

The cheque will go towards the £5,000 still to be raised for installing much needed electricity to the farmyard site, a sum Nicole had hoped would be considerably whittled down by the Family Open Day she and her helpers had organised for July 10th, which has had to be cancelled due to ongoing Covid restrictions.

Nicole set up Move the Mind four years ago and she and her team currently help forty young people and their families from eleven schools.

Volunteers are always welcome to help with the day-to-day running of the inspirational establishment and more about what it is achieving can be found on its website: or Facebook page at: MovetheMindCIC.


To leave a comment you need to create an account. |

All comments 0