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Chantel takes on Three Peaks Challenge
A STUDENT from Stonehenge School in Amesbury is taking on the Three Peaks Challenge to raise money for a charity trip to Borneo.
Chantel Herrity, 15, is taking on the challenge next week along with her mother Kelly and stepfather Carl.
Chantel is hoping to raise as much as possible towards a £4,000 target for a month-long charity trip to Borneo with Camps International. While she is there, she will carry out a number of projects concerning community development, and wildlife and environmental conservation, and she will also be taking on her personal challenge, scuba diving.
Chantel raised £1,057 towards her trip by cycling from Shrewton to Bournemouth Beach in July.
She said: “My greatest achievement so far is knowing I have raised all the money myself, and am not relying on my parents to fund this trip of a lifetime. I have raised just over £1,500, so with a little bit of help from sponsors and donations I’ll hopefully meet this target.”
For more information, visit chantelherrity.com.
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