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806, 2019

Clacton to Colchester

By |June 8th, 2019|The Build Up|0 Comments

Having done a coastal walk from Clacton to Frinton and back, followed by a walk around London visting various Football Clubs, it was time to do my first proper Town to Town walk hitting roads, traffic, lack of walkways and experiencing some hectic moments! I decided to venture to Colchester and unlike my previous training walks, this was one

2705, 2019

A Trip Around London

By |May 27th, 2019|Journey, The Build Up|0 Comments

Since I decided to do this massive walk challenge, my friend and I have been lucky in having some big supporters already such as Sir Ian Botham and Ossie Ardiles - see supporters page. Also Jeff Stelling has invited us to join him on his last leg of his 4 walk in 4 days challenge walking from West Ham

2403, 2019

First Day Training

By |March 24th, 2019|The Build Up|0 Comments

Woke up and decided it’s now or never and no more excuses! As I set out of my flat I could hear The Beat’s voice saying “Come on Pal, you can do this” and to be honest that was all I needed. The walk into Town was not perhaps the best start as it was a journey I

2003, 2019

England’s Lost Colossus

By |March 20th, 2019|Press and Media|0 Comments

People often ask what made Kevin Beattie so special, but aside from being a humble, wonderful man, his talents on the pitch were what most people would fondly remember him for. The video below, whilst just a small sample of his talent, is a perfect indication of what made Kevin Beattie so special on the football pitch.

1203, 2019

Brunton Park, Carlisle United Ground

By |March 12th, 2019|Journey|0 Comments

The starting point of our journey, Brunton Park is a football stadium and the home of Carlisle United FC. It is situated in the city of Carlisle, Cumbria and has a certified capacity for the 2011/12 season of 18,202. The ground opened in 1909. Brunton Park's grandstand burned down in 1953 and the stadium flooded completely in 2005 and

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