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Tiring second day, Stuart also gets some moral support from Paul Lowe
Stuart comments :- We walked 2 hand mowers from Middleton in Manchester 37 miles to Wakefield with the best team ever!
Must say, without doubt the most fun, gruelling, and unbelievably emotionally draining day of my life.
Feet, thighs and mind absolutely battered...full stop!!
Another 32 miles tomorrow on the yomp from Wakefield to goole!
So very proud of the team I could cry!!!!
Just a reminder of what the team are attempting to achieve walking approximately 130 miles from Albert Dock in Liverpool to the Port of Hull in just four days pushing four pedestrian Ransomes mowers all the way. The aim is to complete thirty plus miles a day to keep them on target to reach their destination by Monday evening .
The mowers which have all been made safe (disconnected the blades), and were kindly supplied by Ransomes Jacobsen (www.ransomesjacobsen.com) who are supporting the challenge to raise much needed funds for this worthy cause.
Anybody interested in donating money for this charity event can do so by clicking on the following Link:- http://www.bmycharity.com/TimJohnson
We hope to give you progress reports from the team as they make their way eastwards across the country.
About Help for Heroes
The charity Help for Heroes was launched in October 2007 in order to provide direct, practical support to wounded injured and sick Service personnel and their families. All the funds raised to date are either allocated or spent on the direct, practical support of those wounded in the current conflicts. To date, H4H has funded a variety of projects including the £8m Rehabilitation Complex at Headley Court, a new £3.5m treatment centre for Combat Stress, adaptive adventure training through the Battle Back programme and the creation of a £6m Quick Reaction Fund to support individuals in need