Hannah on a Mission
My grandfather Pat Rohan was a racehorse trainer in Malton for many years. He died at Christmas so we came up with the idea of cycling around the racecourses in Yorkshire starting at Beverley and finishing at York.
I am just finishing my GCSEs and heading into A levels at South Hunsley School near Hull. This trip will go towards my Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award.
Passionate about sport I enjoy tennis, golf, hockey and am on the U16 England Rounders Squad.
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Beverley - Chester 420 Mile Racecourse Bike Ride
I6 year old Hannah Greenwood will cycle 300 mile to 7 Yorkshire racecourses to buy bricks to build a house for a family living in the slums of Cambodia.
For her Duke of Edinburgh Gold award Hannah has booked her place on the Mission Direct voluntary trip to Phnom Penh in Cambodia next February to help some of the poorest people in the world. She and her family are paying for the trip and have committed to raise £5,000 which is the cost of building one house for a family that currently live on the rubbish tips of Phnom Penh.
We will help house build and work in Mission Directs Welfare and Education projects. I have the OK to teach the school children rounders which I am sure they will love - who doesn't love rounders its a great game!
We have a generous luggage allowance too to take aid, clothing and school supplies and books.
Every penny we raise will go towards paying for a house.
Event is completed
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