Biddulph hiker’s Nepalese trek raises £4k for hospice
A Biddulph hiker has raised thousands of pounds for charity by trekking across Nepal in “the experience of a lifetime”.
Beginning on 9th November, Biddulph Hiking and Mount-aineering Club’s Sherry Daniels spent two days working in a Nepalese hospice before trekking through the Annapurna range to the summit of Poon Hill, which sits more than 3,000m above sea level.
By the time she returned to the UK on Friday she had raised more than £4,000 for East Cheshire Hospice, surpassing her original target of £3,500.
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