A woman from Southampton is among brain tumour survivors who will be climbing a Moroccan mountain for charity.

On June 21, Israr Jan-Parker and fellow survivors from across the UK are planning to ascend Mount Toubkal in the Atlas Mountains.

These individuals, all given a brain tumour diagnosis, have experienced tough treatments resulting in ongoing issues such as hearing loss, balance and mobility difficulties, vision impairment, and chronic fatigue.

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Israr was diagnosed in May 2022 with Petroclival Meningioma and was treated at Southampton General Hospital.

She now grapples daily with difficulties arising from the damage caused by the tumour and its therapy.

Israr while she was in hospitalIsrar while she was in hospital (Image: Supplied)

Ms Jan-Parker said: "I had read about Sara Crosland and The Beyond Recovery Project on Instagram and their spirit, determination and belief in all things outdoor really resonated with me. I wanted to be part of the Toubkal team to raise awareness for brain tumour survivors.

"I have experienced the lack of post operation care and services needed for people who have had brain tumours.

"Therefore, what The Beyond Recovery Project stands for is critical and desperately needed.

"The group that are going on the climb understands exactly what it is like to live with post brain tumour symptoms and they are comforting and encouraging on a daily basis.

"Reaching the top of the mount Toubkal with this incredible group is going to be very, very special."

For these survivors, this journey to North Africa's highest peak, standing at 4,167m, is more than a physical endeavour.

Israr out walkingIsrar out walking (Image: Supplied)

The climb has been arranged and funded by The Beyond Recovery Project, a non-profit Community Interest Company (CIC) committed to aiding the physical and mental health of brain tumour survivors through outdoor and nature-based activities and therapies.

The CIC's founder, Sara, from Ellesmere Port, is a brain tumour survivor herself and identified the need for support post-treatment, leading her to create the organisation last year.

The team will also be fundraising for The Beyond Recovery Project and The British Acoustic Neuroma Association (BANA).