A Cambridge woman who suffered a rare form of stroke as she cycled to work has been nominated for a Pride of Britain award after conquering Mount Snowdon with a group of friends.
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Rosie Tween had a spinal stroke five years ago, and has not been able to walk since.
Charity ‘Back Up’ helped in her rehabilitation, and as a way to say thank you she started fundraising for them.
As part of her efforts, she and a group of friends became the first all-female team to complete ‘The Snowdon Push’ – a challenge which sees a wheelchair user make it to the top of one of Britain’s highest peaks.
They raised more than £20,000.
- Rosie Tween is one of four contenders from the west of the ITV News Anglia region shortlisted for the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards. One will be selected to represent the region.