Disabled brothers to reach top of Stoodley Pike

Teenage brothers Andrew and Nathan Greenwood being transported across moorland in their Aim Higher Stoodley Pike challenge
Teenage brothers Andrew and Nathan Greenwood being transported across moorland in their Aim Higher Stoodley Pike challenge
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Two boys with cerebral palsy are well on their way to being lifted to the top of Stoodley Pike - in a special fundraising challenge.

Teenage brothers, Andrew and Nathan Greenwood are being specially lifted to the top of the Todmorden monument in a special Ravenscliffe High School, Halifax, and Calder Valley Search Team Aim Higher challenge.

The challenge is part of the sponsored Spring Walk for Spring Hall - to raise money to equip the school’s new Ravenscliffe@SpringHall sixth form and community centre.

Nathan, 13, a pupil at Ravenscliffe will be lifted with brother Andrew to the top of Stoodley Pike accompanied by parents Joanne and Eldred, staff, pupils and friends of Ravenscliffe and members of CVSRT.

Walkers and well-wishers will meet at Copley Cricket Club this afternoon, (April 26), from 3pm to watch a video of the boys challenge.

To sponsor Andrew and Nathan and Ravenscliffe High School see virginmoneygiving.com/aimhigher