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Cabbies to climb Kilimanjaro for charity.

After the success and attention of last years challenge The Black Cabbie’s of London have begun training for their second attempt at climbing mount Kilimanjaro. This year will see Claire Zazzara – who is known amongst her peers as London’s shortest cabbie take on the climb. She is Currently in training for the challenge with ‘Be Military Fit’ and she hopes to lose the large amounts of weight she put on after passing the knowledge and raise awareness of the impact sedentary jobs can have. This years climb is all in aid of London Taxi Drivers charity for children.

Best of luck to Claire and the 29 other cabbies in their pursuit to be in the best shape possible for the climb at the end of this year.

Thomas AbbottThomas Abbott 12th May 2020

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