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Wending my way West, following an inland route through England to Cornwall
In aid of the BBC Children in Need 2023 and the British Skin Foundation

What's it all about and why I'm doing it...

On 1st May 2023, I undertook a 36 day long distance walk from Lowestoft to Land's End (#L2L), following a new Inland route, a 572 miles crossing east to west. I stitched together many established national trails and other footpaths to create this new Inland route.


Camping along most of the route I carried all my kit from Tent to Toothbrush.


It was my aim to make the walk as low-carbon as possible, camping and using renewable technology to make the trip as off-grid and digitally enabled as possible - posting on social media each day without 'plugging in', after which I had hoped to produce a Podcast - with a view to highlight some of the lost and forgotten or under-represented - people, places and whatnots.  Unfortunately, due to unforeseen life and circumstances, the podcast is yet to be forthcoming.

I raised money for these charities (it's never too late to donate to BSF!):

BBC Children in Need 2023 and British Skin Foundation

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A unique journey through the country, hearing tales, telling stories and filling my boots with the beauty that imbues these isles.

Rambling Tales will follow Ed from route mapping to planning to getting out there and mooching from Lowestoft, England's most easterly point, to Land's End, Cornwall's farthest and most westerly point.

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