During the month of April, Glen will be attempting to walk from one terminus to the other (or the furthest apart where there are multiple) of each of the eleven London Underground lines.
A very enthusiastic Glen told us: “I am expecting to walk around 200 miles over the course of the challenge, which I am doing on behalf of RGF. Rob was one of my best friends and I ampersonally very motivated to complete this challenge in his memory.
“I am hugely grateful for any amount you are able to give, and I know the RGF grantees will be, too.”
Clicking on the link below will take you through the donation process:”
The RGF was set up in January 2014 with two aims:
Aim 1: To provide practical and/or financial support to young people with life threatening or terminal illnesses.
Aim 2: To provide financial support to young people who demonstrate exceptional commitment and/or ability in the worlds of sport or the performing arts but may be held back by their financial situation from pursuing their goals.
If you would like further information on the RGF, its founding and its work, please see the links below:
Fellow RGF Trustee, David Cant said: “We wish Glen and his blisters all the best throughout this walking challenge and no doubt Rob will be in his thoughts the whole way, no more so than when he stops for a sneaky pint!”
Thank you for your support!