Good morning all,
Bryan had another very good day yesterday, making great progress through the Cotswolds and heading towards Newbury. Physically he was feeling good and got a great boost from all the messages of support on his Facebook page, and of course all the very generous donations – Thank you.
Bryan posted this on his Facebook page this morning:
“Hawk on a walk starting today about 0730 from Crab and Boar which is SE of Egypt on the B4494. Told Waggy not to let me map read. Bacon barms 2 teas ready to roll. No rush today its only about 31 mile to Winchester so I can hopefully enjoy the sunshine and scenery. Come and give me a shout on route if you are near. Walking today slow pace at just under 4 mph. Bryan. Hussar”
This was the report on his FB page at 1030hrs this morning after he had met up with Chris Sym:
“Bryan is in Newbury, 26 miles to go, they will be stopping a few miles north of Winchester for the night. He will be putting on tonight timings for tomorrows arrival. They have Chris Sym with them today taking photos, so they might be popping up during the day.
Bryan is due to finish his challenge between midday and 1:00pm
tomorrow, 25th May 2016, at HHQ, Peninsular Barracks, Winchester, SO23 8TS. This is during the visit of HRH Prince Micheal of Kent GCVO. If you are able, please come along to support and congratulate Hawk on a Walk.
HRH Prince Micheal of Kent GCVO (above)
As of this morning his total is a fantastic £3245.75. Thank you to everyone who has donated so far, if you wish to donate then follow this link (http://www.krh.org.uk/hawk-on-a-walk.html
) to donate on-line, or cheques may be sent to HHQ (payable to “KRH Regimental Welfare Fund
”) c/o the address below.
Major (Retd) S Penkethman | Assistant Regimental Secretary | The King's Royal Hussars | Home Headquarters | Peninsular Barracks | Winchester | SO23 8TS |