The wrong walk

The wrong walk 2017

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Ian Ingram

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+ £150.00 Gift Aid


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Cancer is happening right now, which is why we're fundraising right now for Cancer Research UK.
As some of you will know I like to do something each year to raise money for cancer research. So this year I'm going to walk the West Highland Way.
For those not familiar with it, it’s a walking route from Milngavie just outside Glasgow all the way to Fort William in the highlands which is 96 miles in total (Give or take getting lost a few times). For most, it’s a 6-8-day trip taking in the most breath-taking scenery in the world (No question of that)
To make it “Challenging” I, along with a small team are going to do it wild camping, carrying all supplies and equipment in just 4 days! That’s approximately 25 miles a day!!
Our team is Jim Scott, Alan Wheatley, Dave Leadbetter, Ben Mortimer, Lucy Jones and of course me. So please show us your support by making a donation towards this great cause. Every little really does help.

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Andy Gray



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck, Ben & Lucy. Love Bev & Andy


Cath Campbell



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Good luck xx





+£2.50 Gift Aid

Keep on walking Jim. That 7 days means you should be fitter then me - lol


Patrick Sampson



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Go well Morts, Lucy & team! Great effort for a worthy cause.


Sarah Hames



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Great cause, have a good time! Auntie S,S,F&T xxx


John & Reta Reidford



Total raised£645.00



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