The House that Jack Built – Brough Scott

The plans for an Injured Jockeys Fund rehabilitation centre in the north to be called Jack Berry House moved a few steps closer this week when a group of staff and trustees, and of course Jack himself, visited four sites in Malton on Tuesday.

Even before the IJF’s success with Oaksey House in Lambourn, it has always been the intention to open something similar up north.  

Princess Anne, the charity’s patron, helicoptered in to visit the sites in February, final location decisions will be taken by the end of summer and, planning permitting, work and indeed completion could could be completed by the end of next year. 

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