Emily to Ecuador

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Hi my name is Emily Turner.

I'm 15 years old and I'm a student at Brine leas school in Nantwich. I currently do a paper round in Audlem which I've been doing for two years. I like to try new experiences which will challenge me so therefore I enrolled myself on to a World Challenge expedition to Ecuador in 2020, in which I need to raise over £3000.

This adventure will help me to discover and explore new cultures but at the same time helping out in the local communities. This opportunity will help me to develop valuable life skills such as communication, cooking, teamwork and money management.

June 2nd — Three Shires 100km cycle ride

To help me raise this money, I will be taking part in the Three Shires 100km cycle ride on the 2nd of June and if you are able to sponsor me I would be very grateful,

I have left a sponsorship form in Williams' Newsagent in Audlem,

Thank you very much.

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