II am very excited to be organising my latest personal challenge which involves walking circum-navigating every county of England and reaching it's highest point. Myself and a friend will aim to
complete the challenge in 10 days and are aiming to raise £1000.
This is to raise money for a charity I feel passionate about, Speed of Sight, which delivers track driving experiences for those with disabilities.
As normal we are greatful for your support and donations.
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This year I'm taking a break from big challenges but am getting involved and walking stages of Natalia Spencer's walk in memory of her daughter Elizabeth.
Natalia is walking the entire length of the British coastline to raise funds for the Wallace & Grommit Appeal. Read more about her inspirational story here :
And of course she is very grateful for donations. Please text ELIF55 + £5 or £10 to 70070
I walked with Natalia on day 25 between Hayle & Godrevy and will meet up with her again as she cross the England/Wales border. If you are interested in getting involved please contact me and I
will put you in touch with her.
IN MEMORY OF FORMER PUPIL HANNAH CARPENTER I WILL BE WALKING ACROSS THE WIDTH OF GREATER LONDON, FROM ONE SIDE OF THE M25 TO THE OTHER.
The walk will take place on Saturday the 19th of September 2015 and will raise funds for Cornwall Search & Rescue Team.
More info can be found at www.facebook.com/walkforhannah
and you can donate to the cause at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/WalkForHannah
WALKING 45 MILES FROM CORNWALL'S CAPITAL TO CORNWALL'S BORDER FROM SUNRISE TO SUNSET
Thank you very much to all who supported this years walk and donated to TOFS. In 2014 I am raising money for Cornwall Air Ambulance and have set myself an equally challenging event.
WALKING 160 MILES ACROSS WALES - COLWYN BAY TO CARDIFF BAY TO RAISE MONEY FOR TOFS
In March 2013, I will be putting driving lessons on hold for 5 days and doing an endurance walk across wales to raise awareness and hopefully find a cure for TOFS - babies born that are unable to swallow. I will complete the walk in 5 consecutive days averaging over 30 miles a day.
Please feel free to give generously to my friend and former pupil who has a baby with this condition:www.justgiving.com/waleschallenge
THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR ALL YOUR DONATIONS AND SUPPORT!
I completed the challenge at 12;15 pm on Saturday 16th March 2013 after several days of pain. I was lucky with the weather having only had one day of rain and just a few snow flurries. Despite being my hardest challenge to date it was a really enjoyable walk and I have memories which will last a lifetime. Most importantly I have raised £120 so far for TOFS and some much needed awareness. To see the photos click the link at the top of the page.
To read about the story clink the link belowhttp://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/Redruth-driving-instructor-walked-Wales-support/story-18492752-detail/story.html#axzz2OOkWgpPe