LPUK member Erin Smith will this weekend attempt her bikathon!
Here is what mum Heather has said: 'Erin, 9 years old, has Pseudoachondroplasia. She really wants to fundraise for Little People UK as this charity is very close to our hearts and they support Erin, and the rest of us!
Biking round the running track is hard work for Erin, so this is not as simple as any other 9 year old riding round the track. She is going to try to do 10 laps.
Please help Erin to raise lots of money for LPUK.'
Checkout her JustGiving page to donate.
The weekend of 12th-14th May will be the annual Yaxley Festival who are kindly raising funds this year for LPUK and a local community support group.
There will be stalls, competitions, food and live music.
The Yaxley Festival is free and everyone is welcome. It will be a great event and we'd love to see you there to support and help represent LPUK.
The weekend of 28th April to 1st May once again saw a fantastic array of sporting achievements, with the Dwarf Sports Association UK National Games, in Birmingham.
There were over 100 competitors of all ages, from all over the UK, who had travelled to take part in the weekends games.
It was great to see so many people having a fantastic time over the weekend, winning many medals and making many memories.
Huge thank you to Tracy Precious and her family for holding a funday on Easter Saturday and raising £490 for Little People UK.
Tracy, who's grandson Taylor, has dwarfism, has held a funday in the past and decided to hold another this year.
She said "it was an amazing day for an amazing charity."
Little People UK members, The Ward family, spent this past Sunday at Truckfest: Peterborough, raising awareness of LPUK.
Huge thanks to CPT Ltd, The Ward family and committee member Ray Griffiths for your hard work raising awareness on the day.