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Margaret Davies

My Re-Routed 100 Mile Walk 2020

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My story

[p][b]* [u]COVID-19 Update[/u]*[/b][/p][p]Marg’s 100 Mile Inverness & Great Glen Way Walk 2020 has been[b] [u]RE-ROUTED[/u][/b][/p][p]In the light of recent Government & Health advice I did [b]NOT[/b] do my 100 Mile Solo Walking Challenge in [b]Scotland[/b] . . . but . . . !!![/p][p]As I am under 70 years of age I [b]DID[/b] still do my 100 Mile Walk but [b]locally[/b], around Worcester, avoiding contact with humans where possible!! It was not necessary to "borrow" a dog!![/p][p]The timing of my walk also changed:[/p][p]Start - Monday 23rd March 2020[/p][p]End - Sunday 29th March 2020[/p][p]I would still love to further exceed my fundraising target for my two charities who support vulnerable people particularly at this trying time.[/p][p]Follow my re-routed walk on my Blog: [url=https://margdavieswalks.blogspot.co.uk/]https://margdavieswalks.blogspot.co.uk[/url][/p][p]I had intended to “bimble” around [b]Inverness[/b] on Friday 17th April 2020. My Great Glen Way walk was to start on Saturday 18th April and was due to finish in [b]Fort William[/b] on Thursday 23rd April. Instead I walked around the Worcester area in different terrain to that I would have experienced in Scotland. I managed some very 'ad hoc' walks over the week but was still able to cover over 100 miles.[/p][p]Each year my supporters amaze and humble me with their generosity. I’m raising funds for two charities this year. The first is [b]Cancer Research UK[/b] as I have no doubt that it is thanks to their research that I have survived two separate brushes with breast cancer and that a number of my friends have also benefited. Sadly, we all know of friends or family not as lucky who cancer has claimed or who are living with the diagnosis of a life-limiting disease. The research into the many aspects of this terrible disease must continue in order to try and give everyone the best chance possible. My second charity is the [b]Women’s Royal Army Corps Association[/b], the only veteran’s charity set up specifically to cater for the needs of female veterans. Females are often the forgotten ‘heroes’ - forgotten by society in general but also frequently under-resourced by ‘Veteran’ society as well. The WRAC Association gives not only financial support to female army veterans but also provides emotional support to a section of our community that often suffers from isolation and loneliness. The WRAC Association is a safe haven where female veterans can find the support and friendship that is often all that is required to overcome their difficulties.[/p][p]Please do follow my re-routed walk on my Blog: [url=https://margdavieswalks.blogspot.co.uk]https://margdavieswalks.blogspot.co.uk[/url][/p]
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May 3, 2020


Better late than never - well done


Apr 24, 2020


Great initiative Marg. So glad you could still do the walk this year.

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid

Apr 18, 2020


Soooooo proud ox

£100.00 plus £25.00 Gift Aid

Apr 18, 2020

Lois And Michael

Congratulations on your walk, well done


Apr 17, 2020

Sue and Ken

Well done, Marg!

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid

Apr 15, 2020

Rosemary Cook

Well done, great effort and only one form of exercise daily.

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid

Apr 15, 2020

Di and John Griffiths

Well done Margie Stay safe

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

Apr 10, 2020

Sharon Meg Sue and Peggy

Sorry this is abit late, glad you had a plan B, Worcester the river and country side is a nice place to walk around. Well done Scotland next year perphaps Marg. X

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid

Apr 9, 2020

Kim - Alexander Rd

Well done Marg


Apr 7, 2020

Jenny and Ted

Well done Margaret keep up the good work. Funding is very much needed in these these difficult times as those of us who have been there know very well