6th June 2017
Bradford nurse Martin Booth hopes to scale Mount Kilimanjaro for Marie Curie hospice
Kathie Griffiths T&A Reporter
Martin Booth (R), looked after John Tempest’s wife at Sherrington House nursing care home in Bradford. The photo they are holding was taken by John Tempest (L) himself at the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in 1961. Martin is doing the charity mountain to raise funds for Marie Curie
A NURSE about to climb Africa’s highest mountain for charity has been taking tips from an 84-year-old who conquered the peak back in 1961.
Martin Booth, who has already been on previous treks through Peru and Sri Lanka in aid of Marie Curie’s Maudsley Street hospice, flies out for the start of his latest adventure on July 7.
Queensbury Community 1940’s Day Committee are pleased to announce that local businesses are supporting the afternoon event, which enable all members of the Queensbury community to attend this free event. Without these donations, we would struggle to keep the event free.
Scarlet Heights Private Day Nursery have made a donation of £500 for the second year running and Greenwood and Blackburn Engineering have made a donation of £50.
We thank both of these companies for their generosity to our village.