Reflecting On The #WalkForGlo

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If you follow Moving Experience on Facebook you’ll have seen that we’ve been supporting Mark Brimson and his team recently, and their epic #WalkForGlo. A sponsored walk covering 5 marathon distances over 5 days! I’ve known Mark for about 5 years, and originally met him through business networking. I also know the majority of the… Read more »

The #JessieGP 2016 – A huge thanks to all involved!

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As I type, I have to confess that following yesterday evenings on-track fun & games, this morning I’m feeling some aches and pains! I may no longer be wearing my race suit, or gloves, or helmet, but I still have the sense that my inner-annual-racer has been unleashed!! Huge thanks, and credit, must be given… Read more »

We enjoyed it so much the first time ….

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. . .  we’re going to do it all over again!!…. Moving Experience will host the Jessie May Kart Grand Prix 2016 on 22nd September. The very first Jessie May Kart Grand Prix took  place on 22nd October 2015 and, as you’ll know if you were there, we had an absolutely great night. After receiving… Read more »

Going the extra 13.1 miles – and not just for fun!

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Moving Experience recently announced that we will be supporting local children’s charity Jessie May. A great local charity that helps children with terminal illness in Bristol, South Glos, and BANES and their families, by providing a ‘hospice at home’ service for the children that they care for. The brilliant nurses that provide this care help the families by… Read more »