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London to Istanbul

As we speak, Kit S-W is en route from London to Istanbul via bicycle, raising money for Help for Heroes. He and his team of fellow Exonians departed from the Cenotaph (photo above) at the ungodly hour of 7:00am Thursday morning. We were meant to be there to provide moral support, but some Lebanese friends were in town the night before and with the ensuing joviality I couldn’t extract myself from bed until just past 11:00am.

Oh well. Of the twelve siblings at least one sister was there. If you want to put a bit of dosh in the cap of this worthwhile cause, nip over to Kit’s JustGiving page, where you’ll see he’s currently 70% towards his target of £1,350.

This post was published on Sunday, July 29th, 2012 8:52 pm. It has been categorised under Errant Thoughts and been tagged under .
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  1. L Gaylord clark
    2 August 2012
    6:44 pm

    Don’t be so vague Mr Cusack. What sort of Exonians: Oxford, Devon, or perhaps New Hampshire?

  2. Andrew Cusack
    2 August 2012
    10:01 pm

    Exeter University, Devon.

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