This month's Lowflying has a write-up on page 7 about a series of fundraising challenge walks of 60 miles each, non-stop in under 24 hours for the charity Eviesgift
David completed the rather grueling Jurassic Coast challenge early on 14th May. This was the toughest yet with lots of mud, damp chalk/clay and a withering section near the end trudging along the shingle of Chesil Beach at around 5am.
This Saturday he's walking from Richmond Park to Brighton; another 24 hours of endurance and I'm aiming to keep him company on the latter sections over the South Downs very early on Sunday morning.
You can follow his exploits on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/people/Davids-walk-for-Evies-Gift.
If you are able to contribute in some way to support this excellent charity, then please visit Eviesgift_enthuse.com and click 'Donate'
David completed walk #4 early this morning. Richmond Park to Brighton Racecourse - 62 miles and took 23 hours and 51 minutes. We were all there to see him arrive nursing very sore feet!
Congratulations to David. Donation made.
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Thank you for your support. David's feet are on the mend and fingers crossed they'll be okay for Windsor to Winchester on 10th June.