Fundraising for this challenge has ended so we're no longer accepting donations. Thanks to everyone who supported this challenge.
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[p]I normally don't ask for money from anyone, however in this case, I'm asking on behalf of three causes benefitting those living with cancer (themselves and their families), disabled children (provision of life-changing equipment and knowledge), and adults with learning disabilities (support with training and "know-how" to become independent and fulfilled). Have a read to the left by clicking on the buttons.[/p][p]The challenge itself is to walk some 100+ miles from Winchester (originally a Roman town, and once the "capital" of Anglo-Saxon England, circa 800 A.D.) to Eastbourne (on the English Channel) over the course of four days, eating basic food and staying in basic accomodation. The terrain is largely over chalk hills with their characteristic rises and falls, involving cliff walks along the Channel exposed to wind (and rain). Despite the fact I'm doing this in late June, the English summer being tempermental, we could see some foul weather slicking up the grassy path underneath my gradually tiring feet.[/p][p]Walking around twenty-five miles a day (40 km, or a marathon a day), the route dates to pre-history and continues to be in use. Have a look here: [/p][p][url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Downs_Way]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Downs_Way[/url][/p][p]Anyway, please support me in this (i.e. cash) and I'll let you know how I did when it's done![/p]