The Lobster Pot has been supplying top quality, fresh and sustainably sourced, seafood for 65 years and is run by the third generation of the Wilson Family at Church Bay on the Isle of Anglesey. They have kindly come onboard as a sponsor for Holly’s #EverestEveryday Expedition.


Holly is excited to be working with Olfi and using their latest 4K action camera featuring cutting edge technology; The Olfi one.five features 4K video at a cinematic 24fps along with traditional 1080p HD at a silky smooth 60fps frame rate. Olfi one.five’s new Sony Exmor-R sensor is gyro stabilised to reduce shake and lead to crystal clear videos and stills. All of this paired with one.five’s all new full colour LCD screen makes this new Olfi your perfect lifestyle accessory.



Buff®, the original multifunctional headwear, is popular with millions of outdoor enthusiasts who benefit from its versatility: the garment has multiple uses and can be worn as a scarf, bandana, headband, hat, face mask or wristband. Put simply: Buff® headwear is uniquely versatile, designed to achieve a high level of comfort and protection from the elements, WITH FUN!



I am delighted to have the support of Ditcham Park School, where I was once a pupil. Their students will be tracking my progress regularly on Everest and we have a communication channel set up where the students will be able to ask me questions. I will be taking the DPS flag with me, hopefully to the summit!



Talia is a top-tier provider of Internet, voice, and video services, recognised as a market leader throughout the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. Experts in satellite, voice, video, and broadcast communications, Talia provide global network coverage, enabling Holly to post daily footage and images to her social media, using hashtag #EverestEveryday



ZeroSixZero builds bespoke tracking maps for adventurers.  They have kindly built a bespoke map to allow tracking of Holly’s #EverestEveryday Expedition.


Established over 30 years ago, this family run business offer a bespoke flag design service and have kindly produced a flag for Holly’s award-winning charity, “How Many Elephants’, which she will hopefully take to the summit of Everest!