​Transatlantic rower Kelda picks up her new Insignia Sports Tourer from Greenhous Vauxhall​

The charity, Climbing Out is based in Shropshire and is the brain-child of CEO Kelda Wood.The charity supports young people who have suffered some form of mental or physical trauma.Groups of young people are taken on outdoor pursuit courses which change their outlook on their lives.

Kelda spent 76 days on the ocean and rowed 3,500 nautical miles, becoming the first para rower to solo row the Atlantic as part of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge early in 2019. She raised over £50,000 for Climbing Out, changing the whole outlook for the charity and enabling them to support many more young people in the future.

Kelda has had a Vauxhall estate before and it had been thoroughly used transporting Kelda and equipment around the country.Now she is delighted to have taken the keys to her Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer from Greenhous Vauxhall in Telford. Kelda is pictured with Sales Manager Andy Evans.

For information about Climbing Out visit www.climbingout.org.uk