Rugby club helps disabled brothers to top of Glastonbury Tor
Two young brothers with a rare genetic condition have reached the top of a Somerset landmark and realised a family dream using the help of a local rugby club.
William and Lewis Copp, aged seven and five respectively, were carried up Glastonbury Tor in their wheelchairs.
Zoe Copp, their mother, said: "We would never have done that - we wouldn't even have got to the first steps because of there being so much stuff. I'm overwhelmed."
The National trust describes Glastonbury Tor as an "iconic and evocative landmark" which offers "magnificent" views of the Somerset Levels, Dorset, Wiltshire and Wales.