I have set this page up for my fellow gentleman fundraiser Watson Harrop JR.
A Group of 45+ men from across the nation have formed together through myself, Watson Harrop Jr from County Durham to climb Britain’s highest and most difficult mountain Ben Nevis, all of the men have zero climbing experience in hiking or mountaineering and they have chose to take it on at its most difficult middle of the Scottish winter to raise money for two children that is in desperate need of all of our help.
Below there’s some information on both Isla and Sean who’s story's I came across on social media.
I really hope everybody can support me and some of the team who came together from every corner of Britain, from the world of boxing champions, to Reality TV Stars who have decided to take the time to climb this mountain for these two lovely special children.
Please get behind us and help support Isla Caton a 4 year old Girl from Hornchurch Essex and Sean Gallagher 10 year old boy from Newcastle upon Tyne.
Isla Was diagnosed with NEUROBLASTOMA in March 2016 at just 2 years old Isla was undergoing chemotherapy in the UK through the NHS when she sadly relapsed, this meaning she requires life saving treatment abroad and she is still £200,000 short of her fundraising target for the treatment in the USA
Sean was starved of oxygen during his Birth and consequently has cerebral palsy. Shaun needs to go to Panama twice annually for stem cell treatment to help make his condition more comfortable to prevent the regular unbearable spasms he suffers.
Sean needs £50-60k a year to pay for her treatment
The Bradley Lowery Foundation have kindly agreed to share everything raised on this page between the 2 children so please give generously!
We have over £7000 raised so far on a Gofundme page and this will be transferred onto here when it has been cleared by Gofundme.