Charlotte-Louise and Hugo hoping for a spot of support for their charity challenge
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An award-winning dog handler from Pymoor is hoping to raise £1,000 for charity by taking on a walking challenge on the UK’s highest mountain.
Charlotte-Louise Page, 21, has set her sights on completing an eight-hour walk on Ben Nevis, in Scotland, with a little help from her Dalmatian, Hugo.
Ms Page has been showing Dalmatians for 10 years and has received a hatful of awards along the way, including the Shaun McAlpine Award from the Kennel Club for outstanding achievement.
The Anglia Ruskin student has already raised more than £400 towards the feat but is hoping to hit the £1,000 mark so she can split the money between Macmillan Cancer Support and the North of England Dalmatian Welfare charity.
The walk is scheduled to take place on April 17.
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Ms Page said: “My aim is to reach £1,000 for both these charities that have played a huge part in my life. Although the walk will be long and challenging I know that whilst I’m doing it I’ll be promoting both charities and making awareness of the support out there.”
For more information, and to sponsor, Charlotte-Louise, visit www.virginmoneygiving.com/BenNevisWalkForCharity
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