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Cara Readle

Cara Readle, well-known for her role in the popular children’s TV series Tracy Beaker, was born with cerebral palsy. 

She is a regular member of Xercise4Less and recently completed a duathlon in her local branch in Swansea; prior to which, she trained twice a week with her PT, Emma, in preparation the challenge ahead!

She walked 5k on a treadmill and 5k cycle on a static bike in her local Swansea gym - and although she knew this would be challenging, she was determined to raise money for Cerebra. 

"It may take me all day but I have started training for this and I have lots of support."

About Cerebra

Cerebra are the charity who work wonders for children with brain conditions.

Their vision is that every family that includes a children with a brain condition will have the chance to discover a better life together. 

Their Mission is to listen to families that include children with brain conditions. They use the stories that are shared with them to inspire the best research and innovation. Then they help put the knowledge into practice so families can discover a better life together.

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Cara is a Swansea born actress who achieved a first class degree in preforming arts at the University of Wales Trinity St David. She's now a model and has been an ambassador for the children’s charity Cerebra for seven years.

Find out more about Cara and  her amazing journey over on her social media channels below. 

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