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Outwell woman is set to tackle Ben Nevis with March Town Ladies team mates in aid of Crohn's charity

A footballer and her local team mates are set to tackle Ben Nevis for a charity close to her heart.

Kayleigh Churchyard, 32, from Outwell suffers with debilitating Crohn's disease which has left her with health issues and also with anxiety, which makes it hard for her to leave the house.

The March Town Ladies player is set to conquer the Scottish mountain next month with fellow players: Adele Munday, Chas Miller, Tori Sharpe, Claire Newton. Jade Pointer, Adele McCrory and Kirsty Pointer.

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