Posted on 30th June 2016 by Chris Jones
To celebrate Bryan's 70th Birthday, he and Martin will be following in Wainwright's footsteps trekking 200 miles coast to coast, from St Bees in the Lake District to Robin Hood Bay near Whitby.
He writes "Having had the privilege to meet Dr Sasa and learn about the work of Health and Hope through Coast Family Church in Bude, I'm delighted that we can use this occasion to support his work in Myanmar."
The route will take Bryan and Martin 11 days to complete, starting out on the 5th July with Bryan's wife kindly heading up the support team!
Bryan started off with a fundraising target of £2,500 which he has already surpassed. He is hoping to help us raise money towards finishing off the construction of the hydro-electric work, which will bring clean drinking water and electricity to the clinic, training centre and village. We are really grateful to Bryan and Martin for using their time so generously and for the significant contribution that this will make to bring clean running water to the local community.
If you would like to support them and donate to their incredible fundraising efforts, please click here.
Well done Bryan and Martin, we really look forward to hearing more about your exploits!
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