Brother and sister’s Channel swim for diabetes charity

Tamsin and Nathan Dunn. EMN-170905-110016001

Tamsin and Nathan Dunn. EMN-170905-110016001

0
Have your say

Tamsin Dunn, 11, and younger brother Nathan, aged nine, have swam the combined distance of crossing the English Channel (22 miles) to raise more than £200 for Diabetes UK.

They did 1,416 lengths of the RAF Cranwell pool over five-weeks, making twice-weekly visits to complete it for the charity. They raised £500 doing the same thing last year. Tamsin, a pupil at Kesteven and Sleaford High School, said: “Our grandfather has Type 2 Diabetes and one of our cousins, Jack, was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 16.”