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 Ernie Lacey climbs Ben Nevis 

October 2004


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The photograph shows Ernie Lacey (now living in Shafton but formally from the Park estate), presenting Terry Haynes and Ian Walker from the Grimethorpe St John Ambulance with a cheque for 2,000.The presentation took place in Brierley Village club in October 2004.  

Ernie and other members of the club took part in the Ben Nevis Climb to raise funds for the St John Ambulance cadet team who won the right to represent Great Britain in the world finals which were held in Australia in January this year.


Back row l to r: Chris Sykes (President of Grimethorpe St John Ambulance), Brian Whittaker (climber ), Steve Sharland ,Front row l to r: David Sanderson, (climber ) Ernie Lacey (climber and organiser), Terry Haynes (sec of GSJA), and Ian Walker (Divisional Officer of SJA). Thanks to Dave Greenwell from Cudworth for recognising Steve Sharland.

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