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Radcliffe supporters climb Ben Nevis for St Anne's Hospice

Whilst the Handbags were being thrown about at Stainton Park last Saturday, four Radcliffe Fans decided to drop theirs and climb Britain's Highest Mountain in aid of St Anne's Hospice.

Stephanie Hall,Kate Millington, Alexandra Hammond and Lisa Horner (all 23) climbed up Ben Nevis after the sudden passing of Stephanie's father through Cancer late last year.

After a long fundraising campaign which raised over £550 so far for St Anne's Hospice, who looked after Stephan Hall during the last few weeks of his life, They completed the long and strenuous Climb that took over 8 hours to complete, and even longer for Steph as she picked up a injury during the climb. Stephanie Hall, commented on the generosity of the people who donated, "We are so grateful of the support everyone has given us in our climb up Ben Nevis. It was hard work but all worth it to raise money for St Anns hospice. We urge people to keep the sponsors coming and are very proud of what we have achieved in completing Ben Nevis."

Radcliffe Borough's Majority Shareholder Bernard Manning commented on the Girls feat "It is a fantastic achievement from the young girls and such a worthy cause in the St Ann's hospice appeal, we are all proud of their fabulous achievement"

The Girls are still taking donations for the next few weeks through the Justgiving donation website at :-http://www.justgiving.com/bennevislaks

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