Good luck to our Juniors Daniel, Alexander and Leah on their Multi Event Challenge. Our terrible trio will be cycling, hiking, climbing, canyoning and finding plenty of other ways to show the mountain who’s boss!
Many thanks to Klaus for arranging and speedy recovery to Frank who was in the team with young Ollie but has torn knee ligaments and awaiting surgery!
Good luck to Monica and Stephen who are taking on the gruelling London to Brighton Ultra on Saturday. Big and long day ahead but those training miles will be your best friend. This is an ‘ Extraordinary ‘ Challenge and very best to you both.
Very best to all you Walk the World walkers-you are on the final leg now!!!!!!
Date for your diary:
Sunday 10th July Beckenham Rugby Cyclists Annual 5 Hills ( or there abouts!!!! ) Challenge-details to follow.
Our dear Skelly’s funeral will be at noon on Thursday 9th June at St Edmonds Church, Village Way, Beckenham. After the service there will be time to share a Skelly story over a glass at the place that Skells changed beyond recognition, Beckenham Rugby Club, Balmoral Ave, Beckenham.
I will send details nearer the time but Skelly would think it very fitting for people to cycle with him on his final journey, so we will be meeting for a gentle ride about 10am and then follow Skells to the church from the funeral parlour-meeting place to follow but I know Skelly would be proud to be up front wearing the ‘ Maillot Jaune ‘ leading his team.
Skells family have requested only flowers from them but know Skells would be honoured to raise funds for O2e, which was one of the huge passions in his life. Ironically our Gothenburg to Stockholm ride was due to start on 9th June and is fitting that anyone can support Skells on his final O2e Challenge.
There is of course no pressure……….. www.justgiving.com/paul-slattery4
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Many thanks to you all,