Sidmouth taxi raises £750 for meningitus charity

PUBLISHED: 12:47 17 December 2008 | UPDATED: 11:55 17 June 2010

A SIDMOUTH taxi driver who climbed a mountain in Wales earlier this year for charity has now raised over £750. Nina Peters, of Sid Valley Cars, climbed the North Ridge of the 3000ft Tryfan Mountain in the Snowdonian range with her son, Dan, in October for

A SIDMOUTH taxi driver who climbed a mountain in Wales earlier this year for charity has now raised over £750.

Nina Peters, of Sid Valley Cars, climbed the North Ridge of the 3000ft Tryfan Mountain in the Snowdonian range with her son, Dan, in October for the Meningitis Research Foundation.

She said: "The money is still trickling in. I've had a couple of online donations and people have sent some fivers in Christmas cards."

Nina is still hoping to raise over £1000 and remains confident about reaching her target.

She added: "I'm very pleased with the amount raised so far and there has been a fantastic response."

Anyone who would like to donate money can do so at www.justgiving.com/ninapeters.

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