Emma hopes to hit her peak in aid of charity

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£3000 for Voluntary Services, Overseas, which helps support children with HIV and Aids. She said: 'Working with young people, and having kids of my own, I knew I wanted to do this for a children's charity.
'They're a massive organisation aad the work they do is so important, and on the journey we'll be visiting a school. Anyone wanting to sponsor Emma can donate at: www.justgiving.com/emmabatty



A WIDNES mum is heading to Peru to raise money for HIV-infected children.
Emma Batty, 29, of Farnworth, is taking up the Peru Challenge, a trek through the Andes which will involve negotiating sub-tropical jungles and snow-capped peaks.
The challenge takes place between August 15-28, culminating in a climb to the mountain ruins of Mach Picchu. Emma, a lesson supervisor at Fairfield High School, wants to raise