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Amena Boyd

Amena Boyd (2020 Leaver) will be climbing Kilimanjaro later this year to raise money for Dig Deep.

I am delighted to share details of Mimi Boyd (2020 Leaver) who is planning to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak and the world's highest freestanding mountain.  For 12 days in the lead up to Christmas, Mimi unicycled the height of Kilimanjaro every day in order to drive donations!

Mimi is raising money for Dig Deep who believe that every resident in Kenya has a fundamental right to the provision of clean water, safe toilets and good hygiene. 

We hope to have regular updates from Mimi on her preparations as well as following her on the challenge and wish her lots of luck!

For more information visit www.digdeep.org.uk and to support Mimi please click here. 

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