Despite suffering from Non Epileptic Attack Disorder, which causes seizures brought about by several traumatic events she has experienced in her life. Sharon always remains positive and achieves everything she sets her mind on. During the last couple of years she was determined to do something she never had the opportunity to do as a child - ride a bike. She not only achieved this but the went on to cycle half of the Trans Pennine Trail, over 100 miles - Southport to Barnsley to raise funds for the charity NEAD Trust. She is now determined to do the full trail ! Sharon dedicates much of her time to volunteering at her Scout Group, where her determination to succeed is always evident. She is Cub Scout Leader (Akela) and is much loved by all her Cubs, who she encourages to excel at whatever they do. Nothing pleases her more when one of her Cubs achieves something that they had thought impossible, especially if they suffer from any kind of disability. The way she overcomes her own disability rubs off on all those around her. She always has a smile for everyone she meets, despite the suffering she has gone through and still goes through sometimes daily. Sharon also supports charities for the most vulnerable in the World. She takes part in the Race for Life in memory of her Grandfather who died of cancer and every year supports Sight Savers. Sharon is our much loved unsung hero who deserves her day to shine. It would make a huge difference to her life.