Nikki Skittlethorpe

Walk from Land's End - John O'Groats

Fundraising for The Rowans Hospice
£2,070
raised of £2,500 target
by 7 supporters
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Walk from Land's End - John O'Groats, 7 May 2007
The Rowans Hospice

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RCN 299731
We provide palliative and end of life care to people with a life-limiting illness

Story

1200 Mile Walkies from Land's End to John O'Groats

We've made it!  See our blog for our story,  from toothbrush stealing sea gulls in Cornwall, to losing a toe nail during the floods and a mysterious bagpiper called Eric.

Thank you to all that supported us along the way and for your kind donations.

18th May - 17th August 2007

Woof, woof can I go for a walk

I’m bored with the day to day

Of listening to “I want more hill day talk”

Shall we make a change in May?

We can raise money by walking trails for miles

Carrying a rucksack, compass and maps

Crossing rivers, bogs and plenty of styles

Camping wild where we can for naps

Let’s start at Land’s End and stay on the coast

Until we reach Offa’s Dyke path

The Pennine Way will surely boast

So much mud, we’ll all need a bath

The West Highland Way and Scottish Glens

Will have inspiring Lochs and ridges

Maybe we’ll have time to climb a few Bens

But we’ll have to watch out for the midges

Then we’ll reach John O’Groats after 1200 mile

And across the North Sea we’ll gaze

We’ll remember our sore feet and paws were worthwhile

And the important money to raise

For the Rowans Hospice is kind to the core

And needs to keep its services free

Relying on public help your online gifts are secure

So please can you sponsor Will, Nikki and me?

Woof, many thanks for your support, woof!

If you are a UK taxpayer, an extra 28% in tax will be added to your gift at no cost to you.

For updates on our progress, keep an eye out on our blog

About the charity

The Rowans Hospice

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RCN 299731
Rowans Hospice provides end of life care across South East Hampshire. We help improve quality of life for the patient around the clock. We receive a very small level of Government support and almost all of the money required to provide our services needs to be raised through voluntary giving.

Donation summary

Total raised
£2,070.00
+ £35.26 Gift Aid
Online donations
£125.00
Offline donations
£1,945.00

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