I'm just a normal everyday teenager that does something special in their spare time. I started fundraising when I was 9 years old, I am 17 years old now and still going strong.
I really enjoy meeting people and I love anything sporty. When I was younger most of my charity challenges were on foot , I cycle most of my challenges now so that I can cover larger distances.
There is nothing I like more than spending time with my grandad, carp fishing or eating pie and mash. It's the simple things in life that matter.
I am currently studying for my A levels and my subjects are Economics, PE and Business Studies, I hope one day to be a stock broker but to still carry on with my charity work.
I have been fundraising for a long time and I have been really lucky to have met some lifelong friends who help me with my fundraising, many of them are now my extended family.
I play football for my local team but I rarely speak about my fundraising with people my age, I choose to keep my fundraising separate from my school and personal life. Sometimes my friends are really surprised if they hear what I have been up to or what I have achieved.
I have a little Jack Russell called Maggie who is a brilliant footballer too, she a bit crazy even though she is getting old now. Maggie has walked with me on challenges too.