My interview for BBC Radio Wales went out today across the country. Feel free to have listen to it here;
This week the media has really got a hold of my adventures and are very keen to help me publicise them. As a result, not only have I been in several local papers and on their websites, but a national newspaper ran with the story of my three peaks challenge as well.
To top it all off though, Jason Phelps from the Jason Mohammad BBC Radio Wales show came out to my climbing club at Dynamic Rock today and interviewed me, as well as taking some pictures and I really enjoyed it.
Its been a really busy day what with having to do my school work, then grabbing a McDonalds on the way to climbing club, then being interviewed and having to think about good things to say (I’m much better at writing stuff or filming stuff with my dad). Then I went home, had to respond to some daily emails and I made two short videos for some of my supporters and sponsors, then I watched some Minecraft on Youtube and then went to bed exhausted, leaving my dad to publish my videos and this blog.
Thanks so much everyone, I really enjoy what I’m doing and I will keep doing my best for you my fans and supporters.
My next challenge!
The national three peaks is a huge undertaking by anyone during normal months (summer). However, for an 8yr old to do them is a big ask.
An even bigger ask is to do them in Winter conditions. Continue reading
Tonight I met up with Gemma from Gellygen Creative. Gemma has been designing my latest book based on my River Wye adventure. Continue reading
After a quiet morning chilling and playing Snow Party on my tablet, dad and I went to Boulders indoor climbing centre in Cardiff. We signed in and then did some climbing.
I warmed up on their great bouldering wall, topping out a new route for me, and then climbing down a ladder back to the floor level.
Finally, we’re completing the river wye journey. This has been a very tough challenge, and a very demanding one.
Today we had to do the final leg of the journey from Monmouth to Chepstow where the river meets the sea.