DAS Crosses Britain Virtually

A team of 24 crossed Britain virtually over 9 days, and then some – and it’s not too late to donate.

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Lands’ End to John O’Groats…Virtually

We covered an amazing 1834.14 miles in the 9 days, finishing just 126 miles short of the distance from Lands’ End to John O’Groats and back again. We also climbed over 55,700 feet.

There was a lot of running, walking & riding – with special mention to Emma Jarosz who went on a kayaking adventure and Charlotte Lloyd who did some stand up paddle boarding!

Crossing Britain over land and sea

There was a lot of running, walking & riding – with special mention to Emma Jarosz who went on a kayaking adventure and Charlotte Lloyd who did some stand up paddle boarding.

Many participants taking up something they haven’t done for a while or just doing more than they usually would – it’s fair to say many were very tired by the time the week ended.

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Lands’ End to John O’Groats

A team of 24 logged the distance they travelled walking, running, cycling and more

1834 miles over 9 days

The activities happened in many locations across the UK, including:

  • Liverpool
  • Manchester
  • London
  • Yorkshire
  • Bournemouth
  • Swindon
  • Weston-super-Mare
  • Bristol
  • & beyond!

The top performers

Individually, the biggest distance was completed by Mark Robson who ran, walked and rode a very impressive 373.06 miles and also climbed 16,457 feet. Coming in just behind Mark in distance was Nicola Morrison, who rowed her indoor rowing machine for hours to complete 287.08 miles.

Fundraising is still ongoing and we have currently raised a huge £3,428. The highest individual fundraiser is Robyn Lampon with £505.59, followed by Vicky Reynolds-Jones with £425.

Don’t forget to donate!

If you haven’t donated yet, you still have time! We are raising money for the Alzheimer’s Society alongside DAS Crosses Britain, and you can donate at JustGiving.

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