Family campaigner Andrew John Teague has taken the memory of a young child to the top of a mountain.
Little Arianna suffered severe cerebral palsy and sadly died a few days ago despite her parents and paramedics battling to save her.
Her grandfather, John Allen, from Swansea, had this to say as he opened a funeral fund to give her a funeral to remember.
“My daughter Jade had to accept Arianna had severe cerebral palsy . Arianna had no life ahead of her, according to specialists and they tried to put Arianna in pastoral care to die at the hospital almost at birth .
“Jade was told Arianna wouldn’t be able to eat, see, smell or hear, let alone move by herself.
“But Arianna overcame many obstacles. She could see, she could hear my grand daughter could eat unaided.
“She started sitting up on her own, Arianna’s character started coming through and she became a lovely little girl who could join in singing with her family.
“Well on the 14/11/19 Arianna had had a massive seizure and didn’t make it.”
Andrew said: “I am climbing Pen y Fan for the Arianna funeral fund climb. Renee Gilbert, another person who cares, will be with me.
“One of our members from Swansea told us his little 3 year old girl Arianna has died. I cant even begin to imagine what they are going through heartbreaking.”
Like all children Arianna had a favourite cuddly toy and Andrew and Renee will leave it as a memory of her at the top of Pen y Fan, the highest peak in the Brecon Beacons National Park.