Firies sizzle up for Sydney Tower climb for Motor Neurone Disease

RAISING MONEY: Aaron Bennett , Adam Bourke and Jordan Lane prepare to take part in the Firefighters Climb for Motor Neurone DIsease. Photo: NYNGAN STATION 406 FACEBOOK PAGE

RAISING MONEY: Aaron Bennett , Adam Bourke and Jordan Lane prepare to take part in the Firefighters Climb for Motor Neurone DIsease. Photo: NYNGAN STATION 406 FACEBOOK PAGE

Nyngan Fire and Rescue station 406 has been fundraising hard as three members prepare to take part in the Sydney Tower Firefighters Climb for Motor Neurone Disease.

Firefighters were at Murphy's Hardware on Saturday hosting a sausage sizzle which raised $650 for MND research.

Deputy Captain Adam Bourke and retained firefighters Jordan Lane and Aaron Bennett will join oin hundreds of firies to climb the 1504 steps of the Sydney Tower Eye raising money and awareness for MND research on November 9.

The trio will be attempting to climb the 98 storeys in their full structural firefighting gear, while wearing a breathing apparatus, adding an extra 20 kilograms onto his weight.

The firefighters thanked Clive from Robbs Butchery, Ken and Julie white from Foodworks, Murphy's Hardware and the community for their support.

To donate to the team visit fundraise.firiesclimbformnd.org.au