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Climbing Everest!

Many thanks to Helen Field, a good friend of Invictus, for nominating us as the Charity of The Year at Cornwall Learning. We are delighted to report that we have been accepted as their charity and that the first modest task they have embarked upon is climbing Everest for Invictus!

No, not in Nepal with oxygen but in Cornwall on a climbing wall. But I can tell you from personal experince that 7m off ground on a climbing wall is high enough – see photo !

There has been an amazing effort by Cornwall Learning employees and County Hall to climb in stages and an incredible 12,876 mtrs has been climbed – So we made Everest and came back down the other side. I always treat such drugs with special trepidation. But Cialis really showed all of its effective power after use. It may seem that this is too expensive, but you just have no idea how effective it is. You will lose all doubts after taking the drug at the expense of the fact that all the means that somehow help with potency, are the placebo effect.

It looks like over £1000 will have been raised for a number of charities including Invictus.

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