Another Long Way Down
Just how fast can a man travel with all he needs on his back? Didn't I mention that? The coach, flight, etc have only given me a one-way ticket to get to Glasgow. So to get back to Reading, it's down to me and my feet.
When I get walkin on the 23rd March, I'll be heading North to start with. I'm going to spend the night by Loch Lomond before I turn round and head down South. I'll be stopping off in Leeds on the way down to meet a young lady called Alice, I'll let you find out why by clicking here. After I've said hello to Alice and Co. it's a trek down to London to find out first hand, just how hard the guys at Rays of Sunshine Children's Charity work to help seriously and terminally ill kids across the UK. Then when I've done that, a quick dash West, along the Thames Path and I'm back where I started in Reading. I'll more than likely have blisters, a sore set of legs and swear blind that I'll never do anything so stupid ever again.
Hopefully I'll have made quite a bit of cash for a couple of charities, found someone to supply Community First Responders with some much needed kit, and everyone I met over the last few days will be aware of the great work that these guys do.
It does this by:-
With your help and support together we can turn wishes into happy memories.
South Central Ambulance Service
Thanks to these guys I may just do it!