|Glenavy girl takes on another charity challenge||3 Dec 2010||
26 November 2010
By JENNY MONROE
A GLENAVY student who likes to push herself to the limit to raise money for charity is set to take on her biggest challenge to date.
Naomi McReynolds, 21, who studies physics at St Andrews University plans to drive 10,000 miles across Europe into Russia and through Kazakhstan in order to donate three much needed vehicles to the aid organisation Go Help, based in Mongolia.
She intends to do this with 11 other students. The project has been organised by the student society St Andrews Adventure Group (STAAG), which is working in conjunction with the University of St Andrews Charities Campaign. read more »