Fundraising for this challenge has ended so we're no longer accepting donations. Thanks to everyone who supported this challenge.
Total raised so far£0.00
Total plus Gift Aid: £0.00
Raised offline: £0.00
[p]30 hours along the Cotswold Way in aid of Village Africa[/p][p][br][/p][p]Update on 21/8/2020: Village Africa have been in touch and wanted thank everyone for their donations and support 😀 Thanks, Sean[/p][p]Update on 20/8/2020: Event completed, made it to the 67mile point mark. Thanks very much to everyone who has kindly donated 😀[/p][p]Update on 17/8/2020: Thank you everyone for your recent donations, it is much appreciated. Thanks to my Dad who will be helping me by driving around with supplies and support . Also thanks to Bob Webber for offering to take to the start line, not long now 🙂[/p][p]Update on 4/8/2020: Thanks so much to everyone who has donated so far, we have managed to go past the target which is fantastic! The ambulance service is always in need of more funding so please still donate if you can as there is no ceiling to supporting the great work that the ambulance service provides, thanks again, Sean.[/p][p][br][/p][p]Thank you for taking the time to read my story and what I am going to be doing. [/p][p]On August 19th 2020 I am going to walk/jog along as much of the Cotswold way national trail in 30 hours non-stop, it is 102 miles long. I will be starting in Chipping Campden heading south towards Bath. Even though it is possible, I cannot guarantee that I will make it to the end, but I will give it my best to get to the finish 🙂.[/p][p]I am fundraising for Sean Mathias' education through Village Africa so that he can continue to go to Yamba Primary School in Tanzania and do well in his studies with this support. £300 of the donations towards Sean's education. The rest of the donations will go towards Village Africa's ambulance fund, which is vital for the local community.[/p][p]Emergency trips to hospital are provided to villagers free of charge, day and night. To get to the hospital in Tanga it is a difficult drive across rough terrain, and is why a 4x4 vehicle is needed as an ambulance. This journey would otherwise take 2 days to walk, so it really is so important to the community, and covers Yamba, Milingano and Makanya (7000 population).[/p][p]Any donations are much appreciated, and I thank you very much.[/p][p]Sean Campbell[/p]