Come see how a member of the DVR community is using clippers in a slightly different way for charity!

Happy hump day, I hope you are all having a good week!
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As you know here at DVR our community means the world to us. We're all about celebrating a group of people that hold the same values. From enjoying and appreciating the wonderful experiences and feelings horses bring to our lives, to looking after our beautiful planet, to living in the moment and making the most of our lives. You guys aren't and never will be just customers to us. Lots of you have supported me and the DVR team from the beginning. You've literally helped this business grow into what it is today, and helped us make amazing things happen together. 
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This is why we love to celebrate the people within the DVR community and support you all in the amazing things you are out there doing, and that's why we really wanted to share Catherine's story with you this week, and support her in the amazing thing she is about to do THIS WEEKEND! 
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Whether you read this post as a nice mid-week motivation, or whether you know Catherine personally, we would love for you to support her by commenting some words of support below, or supporting her fundraising page by donating if you want to. Obviously we can't always share what all of our community is up to, but this story really resonated with us, and Catherine is incredibly supportive of us as a brand and as people behind the brand too. 
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Catherine, we applaud you for this selfless act you are doing for an amazing fundraiser and wish you all the best with reaching your target! Click here to go straight to Catherine's Just Giving page, or carry on to read her story below first. 
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(Catherine's hair length now)
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Catherine is shaving her head this weekend in an amazing effort to raise £2000 for St Catherine’s Hospice in Crawley; a local charity with a big ambition – to make sure nobody faces death and loss alone.
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But this isn't the first time Catherine has done this! Four years ago she shaved her head for Macmillian. She explains on her fundraising page how much she hated it, but how passionate she is to raise money for this hospice after her father went through Stage 4 Pancreatic cancer and himself and the family received brilliant support. She explains that,"The community nurses are simply wonderful and the care within the hospice helped make the last couple of days as easy as they could be...their care, before, during and after was spot on."
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"The hospice relies on donations to offer pioneering end of life care and support to people in Sussex and East Surrey. Any donation you can give will mean a lot to me and make a direct difference to families facing terminal illness. St Catherine’s has never needed our support more."
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If you'd like to visit Catherine's fundraising page, please click here. 
And once again, a huge well done to you Catherine. Incredibly inspiring! 

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