TWO teenagers from Ellesmere Port took part in an extreme adventure sport in Holywell for the Hospice of the Good Shepherd.
Keaton Ormerod and Robyn Reynolds, from Ellesmere Port, decided to climb into a giant hamster ball and go zorbing to raise money for the Backford hospice because their grandmother is a patient there.
Keaton said: “We decided to raise money for the hospice as we know what a great job they do for local people.
“Our nan has been to the hospice on many occasions and has received complementary therapies in day care.
“Nan has always said how lovely everybody is and how much better she feels after going there.
“We wanted to say a huge thank you to the hospice for the way in which they help our nan and what better way than to raise funds from a sponsored challenge.
“We decided that being pushed down a hill in a big hamster ball would be a fun way to do this and we can’t believe how generous people have been.
“We are very grateful to Spheremania in Holywell for pledging us free zorbing to help us raise even more money for the hospice.”
If you want the hospice to benefit from a sponsored challenge, call Phil on 01244 851811 or message the team on Facebook/Hogs Chester.