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Hospice CEO 'emotional' on Dylan's Day

Eight-year-old with cerebral palsy climbed Snaefell for charity

The chief executive of Hospice Isle of Man says she was 'emotional' to see Dylan Walton complete his fundraising challenge.

Anne Mills was among the support crew, as Dylan climbed Snaefell yesterday.

The eight-year-old, who has Cerebral Palsy, planned the hike to raise money for Rebecca House.

Mrs Mills spoke to Manx Radio's Chris Pearson from the summit:

Vicky Wilson is Head of Children, Young People and Therapies at Hospice Isle of Man.

Chris put it to Vicky that Dylan wasn't hanging around!

You can watch the finish, courtesy of Hospice Isle of Man, here:

Ahead of the event, Hospice Isle of Man and Rebecca House had this message:

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