A 12-year-old girl from Harrogate who was left paralysed after a childhood accident has inspired a set of twins to trek to the top of the world for charity, but says that they in turn give her inspiration.
Bel Young was a happy, active 8-year-old the day she played in a neighbour's garden.
But after she fell awkwardly from a climbing frame, her life changed in an instant and she was paralysed from the neck down.
After spending a year recovering in hospital, she returned home, but her life was drastically different.
Bel now requires round the clock care, a breathing apparatus and is confined to a wheelchair.
Her mother, Vanessa, describes the moment their lives changed:
It was upon hearing her story, that Devon twins, Hugo and Ross Turner decided they would try to help.
Hugo himself had experiance of spinal injuries. He narrowly escaped paralysis following a diving accident, needed months of rehabilitation before he could walk again.
Back in Harrogate, Bel says that simply by undertaking the challenge, the twins have inspired her, as Calendar's Sarah Clark found when she took a special message to her from Greenland: