Ice pits, bogs, zip wires and water slides, are just some of the obstacles a Newmarket mum will tackle next month to raise funds for the children’s hospice which cares for her 14-year-old severely disabled son, Callum.
Sharon Humphries, of George Lambton Avenue, will take part in the 6k Nuclear Rush on May 11 to raise funds for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). She attends JS Fitness camp sessions in Newmarket run by personal trainer, Jade Skillen, and will be taking part with friend Miranda Goodjohn, Nikkita Boud and Helen Granville; all of whom will be raising funds for EACH.
“Callum goes to the hospice in Milton and has done so for the past few years. He requires assistance 24/7. He has to be on oxygen 24/7 and is prone to pneumonia and chest infections. Callum is a very poorly boy, but he’s a very happy and sociable boy when well. Unfortunately he’s poorly more than he’s well. Myself and our family are very grateful for all that EACH does for us. Without it, it would be very difficult for us to cope as a family.”
To sponsor Sharon and Miranda, visit www.justgiving.com/clivepropertymaintenance