Isle of Man mountaineer’s classroom summit

Phil Drowley talks to pupils at Cronk-y-Berry School about his mountaineering experiences. From left, Harvey Humphries, Tom Devereaux, Robert Murtagh, Phil Drowley, Jake Hicks and Hannah Morris

Phil Drowley talks to pupils at Cronk-y-Berry School about his mountaineering experiences. From left, Harvey Humphries, Tom Devereaux, Robert Murtagh, Phil Drowley, Jake Hicks and Hannah Morris

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Pupils from Cronk-y-Berry School in Douglas heard all about police officer Phil Drowley’s latest challenge when he paid a visit to the school.

Mr Drowley is pictured with Harvey Humphries, Tom Devereaux, Robert Murtagh, Jake Hicks and Hannah Morris with some of his equipment.

Next month, he aims to complete the seven summits challenge – climbing the highest mountains in each of the seven continents – when he attempts Carstenz Pyramid in Indonesia, on the continent of Australasia. If he is successful, he will join an elite group of 230 climbers ever to achieve the feat.

He is raising money for Ronald McDonald House Isle of Man Families and Friends. To make a donation visit www.justgiving.com/PhilDrowley

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