Hannah's daring Zip wire for Calvert Trust Kielder

July 13, 2017


Hannah is an inspirational little girl who created Hannah's Helping Hand  2 years ago when she was just 6 years old. Hannah wanted to show her love and support for her brother Adam, who has epilepsy and cerebral palsy, by raising funds for charity.  So far she has supported 31 charities and raised over £2,600. Hannah and Adam came on a family holiday to Calvert Trust Kielder and the memory of the fun she had has stayed with her. So, although she was nervous, Hannah bravely climbed to the top of Zonk's mountain and zipped over 75 metres across the Cranecleugh burn.

Hannah was supported on the day by her friends George and little pink cuddly toy and Catherine Little, Fundraising Manager said of Hannah's achievement:

'We are so pleased that Hannah decided to support Calvert Trust Kielder and that she has happy memories of her families holiday here. We are delighted that following her stay, Hannah has chosen to continue her support for the trust. Thank You Hannah, you are a very special little girl.

If you would like to support Hannah's Zip wire please visit her Just Giving page here.

Calvert Trust Kielder does great work to help disabled people to explore their own ambition and adventure in the great outdoors, and we are so grateful for the help that all our sponsors and fundraisers provide. If you would like to explore your own sponsored event or fundraising activity, please contact our Fundraising Team to see how we might work together.

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