No peak too high for charity pairing

Wayne Radley and Sue Heron EMN-140506-143935001
Wayne Radley and Sue Heron EMN-140506-143935001

West Torrington charity fundraisers Wayne Radley and Sue Heron have some new charity mountains to climb.

Fresh from fundraising for the Lincoln Community radio station and the CLIC cancer charity at the recent Heneage Arms beer and music festival in Hainton, the pair are to climb ‘munros’ in Scotland for the same causes.

Wayne and Sue are both presenters at the station and have completed many climbs, including the Three Peaks and the 56-mile Bullock Smithy track in the Peak District.

Now, depending on the weather, the pair will 
try and bag as many 
Munros (mountains over 3,000ft) as they can, starting at 3am first light until 
after 10pm when darkness falls.

Wayne says the pair will climb the munros around Loch Lomond as they are the ones closest to them.

He would like potential sponsors to contact him on 01673 857516.