L’il Legend’s climb for children with cancer
L’il Legend Alishya Teague, aged nine, is to climb one of ‘the hardest’ mountains in Wales to raise money for children suffering from cancer.
Alishya will be joining her dad, Andrew, on the gruelling trek on Saturday after she decided she wanted to raise at least £100 for young victims of the disease.
Andrew will be continuing his own campaign against Parental Alienation with other parents and grandparents by climbing the same mountain at the same time.
But he said: “Aliysha asked me what the name of the hardest mountain I’ve climbed was and I said Cadair Idris. It was then she decided she wanted to come along with me when I climb it again this Saturday (September 8, 2018) to help out children who are suffering.
“When she was five she would run up our local hill, so she’ll do well. There are times our children teach us things and this one of those times. I call her my L’il Legend and that’s exactly what she is.”
On her JustGiving page Alishya says: “I have already climbed Kilvey Hill in Swansea many times with my dad, and Pen Y Fan too, so climbing Snowdon would be a new personal best for me.”