Mr Paul Burley of Chepstow, Gwent, motorcycled from John o’ Groats to Land’s End, visiting the 4 extreme points of mainland UK: Dunnet Head, Ardnamurchan Head, Lowestoft Ness and The Lizard. Motorways were avoided where possible. The aim was: 4 corners in 4 days for 3 charities. He travelled with Jamie Methuen, whose story was included in Issue 85.
Mr Roy Brown of Romford, Essex also motorcycled: “I started out from Romford on Friday 25th July, stayed overnight at Darlington and met up with two friends. On Saturday we stayed overnight at Fort William, Sunday at Sinclair’s Bay, then onto John o’ Groats on Monday morning, when we started our End-to-End. With overnight stays at Benmore, Kirkham and Weston-super-Mare, we rode on to Land’s End on Thursday afternoon, with a mileage of 1,065. From Land’s End, we stayed overnight at Penzance, and I rode back to Romford on Friday 1st August. To ride a motorcycle JOGLE has been a challenge I have wanted to achieve for over 30 years, but up to now I have not had the opportunity. It was a very rewarding and interesting trip, having never been to Scotland before, and I was able to raise money for two good causes. My total mileage for the whole trip was 2,144 miles.”
Mr Michael Lawrence of Bearsted, Maidstone, Kent walked LEJOG, and blogged his journey here.
Welcome to our new Associate Member:
Mr David Mulligan of Bolton, Lancashire.