Motorhome used in record charity trek around Britain's coast
A 40-year-old man will attempt to be the first person to travel the 2,740 miles of British coastline.
In just 28 days, he will do that and he will be using a motorhome as his living quarters.
Richard Brash will be completing a quadrathlon every day – cycling, canoeing, running and swimming – to raise money for the Pepper Foundation, which provides home care to children suffering from life-threatening illnesses.
Throughout the month-long trek, he will be using a motorhome, provided by the Just Go motorhome hire firm, to both carry his bike and kayak and, of course, to sleep in.
Brash began his amazing trek on the 4 July from Bournemouth, and is currently in Harlech, Wales, and has already raised over £10,000.Add a short introduction to the news article here.
If you wish to follow him: https://www.facebook.com/BonkersBrash/
If you wish to help him raise money: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Brash