Richard McChesney

Richard's M25 circumnavigation - Walking 160 miles non-stop

Fundraising for The Limbless Association
raised of £5,000 target
by 88 supporters
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We support amputees,their carers & families to achieve rehabilitation and independence


You are probably just like me.  You have two arms and two legs.

There are thousands of people in the UK that are not as fortunate as you and I, and in 2017 I am raising money for Limbless Association, a charity that helps people who have lost one or more limbs.

On the first weekend of May 2017 I am going to walk non-stop around the outside of the M25 motorway - a distance of approximately 160 miles - to raise Money for Limbless Association.  I'll be walking on the A and B roads as you aren't allowed to walk on the motorway itself (obviously), and think I can do it in less than 48 hours.

By 'non-stop' I mean that I won't sit down for the entire walk.  I'll be on my feet from the time I start until I finish.  During that time you will go to sleep twice, wake up twice, have six meals, and do whatever else you do during a two day period.  And I'll be walking - one step after another - for 48 hours.

I've attempted this before.  Last year I lasted 34 hours before stopping at 1am on the second night.  After a 36 hour rest, I completed the circumnavigation of the M25 on foot - with a total time of 86 hours.  You can read about my walk here.

But last year I didn't achieve my goal of completing the walk non-stop, so I'm going back again.  

Win a Fitbit!

Please donate to Limbless Association via this page.  You could win 
a Fitbit.  

Increase your chances of winning by making a donation AND sharing one of my facebook posts or re-tweet one of my tweets in which I ask for donations, and you will be in the draw.  So keep an eye out for these too.

Full details about winning a Fitbit can be found on my blog by clicking here.

Visit Limbless Association's website or follow them on facebook or twitter.

Watch our YouTube interview in which Joel from Limbless Association interviewed me about my upcoming walk:

Track my progress:

From 8am Friday 5th May until I finish, you will be able to track my progress here:



About the charity

We understand that navigating the complexities of limb loss and limb difference can be completely overwhelming. We provide excellent, FREE, accessible information and advice to empower all amputees and those with limb difference, and families and friends, to lead independent and fulfilled lives.

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