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    @hibs.net private member VivaPalmeiras's Avatar
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    Kieran Power doing his bit for Mental Health (sucks)

    A mate popped up a plea on Facebook as someone heíd cycled with many a year and I recognised the name... our own supporters rep.

    Hopefully summit admins would welcome on the forum but please love if required. Apols has not seen this mentioned before...

    https://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/health/dad-plans-24-hour-arthur-s-seat-bike-challenge-for-mental-health-1-4951442


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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalmeiras View Post
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    A mate popped up a plea on Facebook as someone heíd cycled with many a year and I recognised the name... our own supporters rep.

    Hopefully summit admins would welcome on the forum but please love if required. Apols has not seen this mentioned before...

    https://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/health/dad-plans-24-hour-arthur-s-seat-bike-challenge-for-mental-health-1-4951442
    Cheers for the shout out Viva. Great experience Friday into yesterday - loads of support from Hibs fans throughout the days (HFC scrawled onto the road climb in chalk a couple of times).

    Cycled 200 miles round Arthur Seat in the end to help raise awareness the barry work Support in Mind Scotland do. Over £2,000 raised for charity tae, so fair chuffed with that.

    All barry. As always, if there is anything I can do for anyone here - Hibs or not - gies a shout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Power View Post
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    Cheers for the shout out Viva. Great experience Friday into yesterday - loads of support from Hibs fans throughout the days (HFC scrawled onto the road climb in chalk a couple of times).

    Cycled 200 miles round Arthur Seat in the end to help raise awareness the barry work Support in Mind Scotland do. Over £2,000 for charity do fair chuffed with that.

    All barry. As always, if there is anything I can do for anyone here - Hibs or not - gies a shout.
    Well done Kieron!!! Not just the money raised it's the awareness and to get people talking about mental health issues

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    Great stuff KP.
    Iíve done a spot of mental health fundraising myself in the past after a few darker days, and after reading your updates on twitter and the evening news article I agree thereís no better feeling than accomplishing your goal and knowing you are helping out people in need. Itís a real self esteem builder!

    There was a thread on the Dugout on here about Anxiety & depression - anyone reading this Iíd highly recommend a spot of fundraising to help get you back to where you want to be.

    Donation coming your way on payday chief, canít imagine how sore you must be today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Power View Post
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    Cheers for the shout out Viva. Great experience Friday into yesterday - loads of support from Hibs fans throughout the days (HFC scrawled onto the road climb in chalk a couple of times).

    Cycled 200 miles round Arthur Seat in the end to help raise awareness the barry work Support in Mind Scotland do. Over £2,000 raised for charity tae, so fair chuffed with that.

    All barry. As always, if there is anything I can do for anyone here - Hibs or not - gies a shout.
    I used to work in London with ďFrickletinhoĒ so itís all his fault. Donation already in :)
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