Bike donation to a student from The Deanery School Swindon

10 November 2019
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Written by:
Graeme Leighfield.

Last month whilst browsing Twitter, we saw a post from Linda Culling, Principle of The Deanery School Swindon, asking for help for one of her students who had been the unfortunate victim of bike theft.

Even deeply upset, and late to get to school as a result - the students willingness to persist, even in the face of adversity resonated with us. So we jumped on board and offered to help.

We got in touch with a local bike shop Swindon Cycles - and arranged for the Student and her parents to have a new bike - security marked, and a new lock!

Fast forward a month, and Graeme was invited to have not only a tour of the amazing facilities at the Deanery, but also to meet the student in question, and what do you know - she was in an Art class at the time.

As this was the first time Graeme had met the student, he took the time to explain why her situation made such as impact upon him - and offered words of encouragement moving forwards to never give up in the fact of adversity.

Written by:
Graeme Leighfield.

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