Saturday 11th October will involve an early start for fifteen members of staff at the Monkey Puzzle Day Nursery in Wilmslow.
The intrepid team Liz Butterworth’s husband Simon, will set out to conquer Wales’ highest peak, Mount Snowdon.
The challenging trip aims to raise funds for their nominated charity Millies Trust, a charity that aims to make paediatric first aid training available to everyone.
Millie’s Trust was established following the tragic loss of Millie, the daughter of trustees Joanne & Dan Thompson, following a choking incident at the nursery she attended. To ensure their daughter’s passing was not in vain they are on a nationwide mission to teach potentially life-saving paediatric first aid skills to help prevent similar tragedies.
Owner Liz Butterworth, is proud of her husband and members of staff saying, “For most of the group this will be the first time they will have attempted anything like this. They will be following the Miners’ track as they ascend the mountain and we are all hoping for good weather on the day.”
Liz added, “We believe Millie’s Trust to be a worthy cause that deserves our support. First aid is such an important skill that can literally save lives and all at the nursery admire the courage of Joanne & Dan Thompson for creating the charity following such tragic circumstances.”
The Wilmslow Day Nursery has created a donations page on JustGiving.com