Kerri Climbs Mount Kilimanjaro in Memory of her Aunt

25 June 2013

On behalf of everyone in the Hospice, we would like to say a massive thank you and well done to Kerri Parsons who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in memory of her aunt Sharon Parsons.  Sharon died when Kerri was 14.
Kerri wanted to thank the Hospice for the care her aunt received, and has raised £742 on her JustGiving Page (well above her target!)
After a whole week spent climbing Mount Kili, which is the tallest summit in Africa and one of the seven summits, she completed her challenge.
Here is a fabulous photo of Kerri at the top.  Well done Kerri – you are a true star!

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