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Hello faithful readers! Jut checking in because it’s been awhile. How are you? I’m just fine and dandy, thanks for asking. The weather has finally warmed up and I am loving it. 579 more words

Dan Coleman's Epic Walk Day 8

Dan has made it! Reaching his final destination of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

A huge congratulations to Dan for battling through the pain of his blisters and raising the money for this very worthy cause.

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Dan Coleman's Epic Walk Day 8

With ducks (and herons) aplenty again, I was chauffeured to the start at Heronsfield in the pouring rain, walked about ten steps and stopped to change shoes.

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Dan Coleman's Epic Walk Day 7

Another long day on the Grand Union Canal. Towards the end, as I rounded another sweeping bend, surrounded by very pretty hedges, reeds, bracken and the like, approaching a mother duck guarding her ducklings on the tow path before they all decide to totter in, I began to wonder if I wasn’t suffering from deja vu as I’d had the exact same experience countless times over the last two days.

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Why I Walk to End Alzheimer's - Adam's Story

My mom, Nancy Leonard, died from Alzheimer’s disease on Valentine’s Day 2013. Her mother, Betty Stoffregen, is in a nursing home in Lubbock, Texas still struggling with this horrible disease. 473 more words

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The NSPCC North HACK Challenge Hike 2014

I thought the NSPCC North HACK, albeit 22 miles long, would be maybe a bit of breeze. I based this tremendously complacent view on the fact that I had just walked 3 days and 45 miles or so along a hot Ridgeway Trail and carrying a heavy rucksack at that. 573 more words

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MS Therapy Centre seeks volunteers for Golden Mile

The MS Therapy Centre is looking for volunteers this Sunday (22 June) to take part in the Golden Mile Walks.

As part of the Centre’s 30th anniversary, it is looking for each volunteer to raise £30 which will make a difference to all those in the Lothians living with multiple sclerosis. 117 more words