Girls from The Mount Senior School plan to row the length of York’s Ouse River on Monday 3 July to raise awareness of male mental health issues.
All funds raised by the girls’ charity row will be donated to the George Toplis Foundation. The charity supports young people with autism and mental illness. It also provides long-term funding for their engagement in sport.
The girls will row at least 84 kilometeres on stationary rowing machines, set up in the school dining hall. Guest rowers from New Earswick Rugby Club are due to join the girls on the machines at the 12-hour event. Year…
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