It’s been a while so a long overdue blog post. It’s been a busy year – trips to Spain, Belgium (3 times!), France, and Iceland, a mix of work and pleasure. Most of 2017 was spent training for my second go at 100km in 3 days along the Western Front. I completed it in early October 2017 with my sister, we had a blog going so people could follow our progress. Between us we managed to raise over £4,100 for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity and we were well chuffed with ourselves.
You may remember this, in 2015 I did 100km in 3 days along the Western Front in aid of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. A couple of weeks ago, some of the walkers of 2015 had a mini reunion in London. You can see what’s coming. In a fit of madness I signed up to do it again in 2017. Continue reading 100km in 3 days again!
It’s been a long tradition within Masonic Lodges, once a year, to hold a Ladies’ Festival. These are usually over a weekend and consist of a formal black tie dinner, with some toasts and speeches, and some drinking and dancing. Continue reading Masonic Ladies’ Nights
As the day of my 100km trek over 3 days in aid of the ABF The Soldiers’ Charity is fast approaching, I have set up a blog so you can follow my progress. I’ve added details of the route, my training, a little about the charity and most importantly how you can donate. I’m intending to add a post at the end of day during the walk too. You can access the blog at frontlinewalk.sudron.org.uk.
I’ve signed up for the Frontline Walk in aid of the Soldiers Charity. It’s a gruelling 100km trek across France and Belgium over 3 days (which will probably be wet and cold) in October 2015. It starts at the Lochnagar Crater and ends at the Menin Gate. Continue reading Felt like I needed a challenge, so in with both feet!