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Keep up to date with James & Jonah's charity fundraising activities.
Thank you to everyone who gave their feedback in my previous
blog post. We have decided to join the Cheshire Walk on 5th August
as our first challenge.
A month before the walk I will be changing my diabetes
medication to a pump which is rather exciting, however to get use to it in time
I need to do some training. There aren’t too many places for me to train and
build up stamina in preparation for the walk. In light of this, me and Jonah
are thinking of some ingenious ways in which we can get the training that we so
desperately need and sharing our exploits with you all in this very blog.
If you live nearby and feel like your dog needs a walk then
we are happy to provide a dog walking service free of charge. Or if you fancy
joining us for the walk or want to find out more about the walk we are doing,
visit the Cheshire Walk webpage.
There are lots of other ways for you to get involved with
Macmillan, find out about events and challenges near you.
Good luck with it! Too far away from me, but will be interested to hear how you get on.
Can you get one of those exercise bikes to sit at your desks? :D
If you rigged it up to a dynamo, you could cycle to power the kettle.... that would be worth watching!
Good luck with the training, obviously it will involve a lot of tea and coffee drinking if you follow Little My's suggestion.
Thanks too for your support for my endeavours.
PS. Are you doing the 2 mile or the 10 mile walk? If it had been nearer I might have joined you. P
Good luck with training and the walk. I do live in Cheshire and might have considered the two mile walk but am on hols at that date. I go dog walking each day though so does that count???
Do you have a sponsor page?
I will keep you all updated. We are looking into the logistics of using sustainable energy sources (e.g. my legs) to power a kettle.
We will be doing the 10 mile walk but welcome for people to join us for either the 10 mile walk or 2 mile walk . We plan to do some more fundraising events over the year as they run all year round, this is just the beginning :) Paddyman you will need to a blog post for us after your walk, ideally with photos!
It most definitely does janbo. By the time of my next blog post we will have some photos (ideally videos) of our training and have the sponsorship page setup.
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