Sisters and friend reach peak of becoming Bluebell Wood ambassadors

By Michael Upton | 09/11/2017

Sisters and friend reach peak of becoming Bluebell Wood ambassadors
Chloe and Katie Ware and Charlotte Heenan, pictured with hospice community fundraiser, Anna Gott

THREE schoolfriends who climbed one of the UK’s highest peaks to support a children’s hospice have been made ambassadors by the charity.

Sisters Chloe and Katie Ware and Laughton Junior and Infant School classmate Charlotte Heenan who have raised a spectacular £2,425 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice by walking to the summit of Mount Snowdon during their summer holidays. 

The three have also raised hundreds of pounds more for the hospice through other events.


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