Bonnybridge girl set to climb the London O2 for charity

Louise and her dad David will scale the London O2 arena
Louise and her dad David will scale the London O2 arena

A brave youngster from Bonnybridge is set to climb all the way to the top of the O2 arena in London, to help raise funds for a cancer charity.

Ten-year-old Antonine Primary School Pupil, Louise Fraser, will scale the building on Saturday at midday with her dad, David Fraser.

She has raised over £500 so far and hopes to raise even more.

David said: “I did the climb last year and ever since I did it Louise has wanted to do so to. Because of age restrictions I said I would take her when she turned 10.

“I lost my father, Louise’s grandfather, in 2006 to this disease and Louise suggested we do this for Cancer Research which I said was a great idea.”

The O2 Arena, formerly known as the Millennium Dome, is one of the best known landmarks in London. The climb takes those brave enough to attempt it on a 28 degrees ascent on a walkway 380 metres long and 52 metres above ground. Participants will be given a full climb suit, a safety harness and climbing shoes. You can donate at