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Ocean City Trail Challenge

Running a really long way for Jeremiah's Journey because are a fantastic support charity needing more help

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  • Event: Landsend Trail Challenge

Jeremiah's Journey

We support grieving children & their family to support them through a difficult time

Charity Registration No. 1144431

Story

Thank you for taking the time to read our story, please - once you've heard about our challenge and the charity we are supporting, give us your support with a donation at the end.

In summer 2017 our South West Coastal Challenge was finally complete, circum navigating the south west from Minehead, all the way around to Poole Harbour (although we did that section in reverse Poole to Plymouth as it was closer to home for the finish).

So without allowing us to gather dust, and while we are all still young enough (ahem, mostly) we've been planning our next epic journey. We've done the coast, now we're going to run right down the middle!!

That's right, The Lands End Trail.... from Avebury, Wiltshire - along the pilgrims path, or what's left of it, towards Glastonbury aiming west past Bridgewater, skimming North of Exeter before hitting Dartmoor where the fun will really begin, onwards through the moor before turning south and the final leg before we all finish at the beautiful scenic Plymouth Hoe.

This 212 mile run is all in aide of a fantastic local charity Jeremiahs Journey. Who provide caring support for children and families in and around Plymouth who have or are about to experience the trauma of losing a loved one.

Without the care and support of this charity and the amazing people there, these children and families would go through the heart break of bereavement feeling isolated and alone, it's these fantastic people who bring light to a confused child, share a joke and a smile and make life seem liveable again in their darkest days.

Please, please, show your support for us, show your support for them. Thank you.

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