SUE Law, store manager of Thomas Cook in Bridge Street, Chester, is set to go on a journey of her own as she trains for her forthcoming climb of Mount Snowdon to raise funds for The Thomas Cook Children’s Charity.
Sue will join a further 30 Thomas Cook employees from the North Wales and Cheshire region who are getting ready to climb the 3560ft of Mount Snowdon on September 28.
Sue hopes to raise over £500 for The Thomas Cook’s Children’s Charity which will go towards helping make dreams come true for sick and disadvantaged children around the world.
Sue said: “I’m really looking forward to the climb and have been in training to make sure I'm well prepared.
“The Thomas Cook Children’s Charity not only helps children local to our store but also in all of the countries around the world that we send hundreds of customers to every year so it’s fantastic to know we are doing our bit to help.”
The Thomas Cook Children’s Charity was set up in 2009. It works with a variety of appeals and projects for sick and disadvantaged children both here in the UK and overseas.
Funds are raised by Thomas Cook’s employees along with customer donations placed at time of booking and unwanted foreign currency collected onboard Thomas Cook Airlines and in retail stores.