Walking John o’Groats to Lands End
Amount raised – £14879
Miles Walked – 1065
Steps taken 2,501,986 each
Total steps taken 7,184,742
To mark one year from when Zara and Ian began their Joggle Challenge (walking from John O’Groats to Lands End) after life changing brain injuries, we are releasing this short film for you to see first-hand experience of the incredible highs and the gritty reality of the lows.
Get to know Zara and Ian on a more personal level as they share their journey, laughs, thoughts and feelings with you.
You will travel through Scotland and England at its sunniest, wettest and greyest, combined with images of its natural beauty and stunning landscapes, whilst realising the impact that community support, friendship and family can have when faced with the unknown.
Simply download this film from our secure website and purchase for just £4.99 (or your currency equivalent). All funds go straight to 3 Million Steps, Brain Injury Recovery Charity. Help us to raise funds needed for supporting brain injury survivors and their families during their recovery.
Why, When and Where
Why – Simply put, because I am determined to and I will complete it. We are raising money to provide support for people recovering from brain injuries and their carers.
This is a challenge that both Ian and I need to train for and a new way for us to continue the motivation of my recovery.
We are walking continuously with a rest day here and there, but we will have to take everyday slower than then average walker. However, more days will offer a perfect opportunity and chance to see Great Britain when it’s not raining!
When – We hope to start after the rains and before the mozzie season in Scotland. About May 2019, but this is the UK and who knows when the snow will finish that year
Where – At the moment we hope to walk north to south (downhill) from John O’Groats, Scotland to pick up the Pennine Way, onto the Cotswold Way and following tracks through Devon to end up at Land’s End, Cornwall. For more information on the route click here
The 5 P's
Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance