A CUMBRIAN teenager is celebrating the launch of her charity, Another Way, by asking volunteers and supporters to climb one of the 214 Wainwright fells.

Amy Bray, of Matterdale, set up the environmental charity which focuses on regenerative agriculture, raising the profile of zero-waste food shops and to improve recycling in the area.

The 16-year-old has asked people to show their support by climbing one of the Wainwright peaks to demonstrate unity towards wanting to make the planet a cleaner place.

The event is called ‘Another Waynwright Day’ and will feature a unique range of activities on the fells to promote individual and collective change for living in environmentally sustainable ways.

Activities include a fell running challenge,wild art, compost making from bracken, music, and fun quizzes.

All participants will be asked to collect litter during the day and to follow main footpaths. Fix the Fells and the Wainwright Society are also supporting Miss Bray.

In addition, Another Way is arranging to plant a tree for every event participant. Up to 1,700 trees will be planted in Matterdale in the autumn as part of supporting nature and relieving flood and drought problems. To get involved go on the website another-way.org.uk.