Welsh Base Camp challenge in memory of Norman Palmer

Posted on: May 17, 2017 by

A friend Debbie Hicks is undertaking a massive cycling challenge in memory of former IAL Academic Principal Norman Palmer. Debbie will be cycling for three days this June from one tip of Wales to the other, along the way climbing its three tallest peaks, Snowden, Cadair Idris and Pen Y Fan. The total height of these three mountains is higher than the Mount Everest Base Camp. As such, Debbie has named this the Welsh Base Camp Challenge.

In doing this, Debbie is raising money to help the ongoing fight against Motor Neurone Disease, a cruel and debilitating illness that has claimed the lives of many, including Norman Palmer. Please donate online and help her out. All proceeds will go to the Motor Neurone Association, as it strives to find a cure. Good luck Deb!