Her family and friends battled 60mph winds to complete a gruelling fundraising walk to the top of Mount Snowdon.
Nolannie’s aunt, Angie Adamson, said: “I really struggled with it, but everyone else did it really well.
“We had a great day and when we got to the top we pulled out a banner for Elois and Alan, with a picture of Nolannie on it, which made them really emotional.
“The views from up Snowdon were just incredible – it was such an achievement getting to the top despite the wind.
“Nolannie is our little champion who has been so brave, and she was so happy we made it.
“Nolannie has just started at Saddleworth School but sadly, due to treatment, she has only been able to join her Year 7 classmates for a day or two since September.
“Hopefully, finishing her chemo at the end of this month, she will rejoin her school friends and although check ups and scans will continué, a little bit of normality will return to her and the family.
Alan, Elois Adamson (mother), Elizabeth Adamson, Rick Bolton, Daniel Ferris, Will Adamson, Nicola Adamson, who couldn’t walk as she’s pregnant but did all the organisation and the banner, Angie and Tony Adamson were involved.
“This past year has been a massive emotional rollercoaster for us all, but to reach the peak and celebrate our girl (pictured below) who is kicking cancer’s butt is what it’s all about!”
“It was just proving too hard so sadly at the last minute I decided the most sensible thing would be to not do the climb.
“And I’d like to give a final call to those who haven’t yet sponsored – now’s your chance!
“Also a huge thank you to my amazing best friend Emma Lees for kindly pointing all her sponsors our way for the Three Peak Challenge she completed a couple of weeks back.
Angie added: “Finally, and most importantly, our niece is doing great and has responded incredibly well to chemo (despite it making her really poorly. but after her treatment being prolonged slightly she’s nearly there.
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