A Land's End to John O'Groats Charity Walk


Extreme Challenge
Sahara Marathon Marie Curie Cancer Care - http://www.justgiving.com/saharamarathon-MCCC
Sahara Marathon Help for Heroes - http://www.justgiving.com/saharamarathon-H4H

We are extremely greatful to all our sponsors

Thank you to you all for your help, support and sponsorship, we can't name everyone in person here, but below is a small thank you to our commercial sponsors:


Lloyds Pharmacy have kindly agreed to sponsor Carlie and Ed £50 for each charity totalling £100. They have also donated blister plasters and tape. Thank you especially to Keira and Angela Castle for their kind help and support in gaining the sponsorship.

Lloydspharmacy has over 1,700 pharmacies across the country.  These are based predominantly in community and health centre locations.  The company employs over 16,000 staff, of which 80 per cent are women and dispenses 120 million prescription items annually. The pharmacies have over two million visits per week by customers who are also predominantly women.

Lloydspharmacy is the trading name of Lloyds Pharmacy Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Celesio AG based in Stuttgart. Celesio is the leading pharmaceutical distribution company in Europe and is represented in 14 countries. With its three divisions, Celesio Wholesale, Celesio Pharmacies and Celesio Solutions, the group covers the entire scope of pharmaceutical trade and pharmaceutical-related services.Lloydspharmacy which is a community pharmacy has primary care at the heart of its business. This is why has launched a range of products aimed at community health such as affordable blood pressure monitors, Solar Safe products and is a supporter of NHS initiatives such as NHS Choices by providing terminals in-store for patient information.


This award winning cafe is housed in a renovated railway station on the Tarka Trail overlooking the beautiful Taw estuary, next to the RSPB reserve. In March 2006 the cafe was 17th in the Independent Newspaper’s "50 Best Cafes in the UK" - the only establishment in North Devon.

Their innovative menu responds to the availability of fresh local vegetables, fish and game, accompanied by West Country wines, beers and ciders. Their cream teas, probably the best in Devon, comprise freshly made scones, organic cream and home-made jam. Their visitors’ book says “Wonderful food, friendly staff, great music and fantastic views”.


A huge thanks to Nat, Parf and Nan for helping us on our route. Thank you so much for your generous hospitality, your company on our walks and your lovely food! It's been a real help to us to spend the time with you, walking with daysacks, showering every night, sleeping in a bed. The few days 'rest' that it has given us has help boost our morale and will keep us spurred on for the next few sections of our adventure.

As always it's been great to see you all and share our experiences with you. We look foward to seeing you all again at the end of our walk.


www.justgiving.com/LEJOG-MCCC - Marie Curie Cancer Care

www.justgiving.com/LEJOG-AS - Alzheimer's society