Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Husband and Wife

Husband and Wife team Jacqueline Bond and Ross Mansfield from Bath are cycling from John O Groats to Lands End on behalf of the Peggy Dodd Centre  for dementia care.

One of their highlights so far has been been seeing a solitary bagpipe player playing on the top of a hill on the A82 which they describe as the worst road in Britain. Another highlight has been to reach the border.

The pair hope to reach Sedburgh tonight and also want to include a detour to Ribblehead in their tour.

Jaqueline and Ross's charity page can be found here.


Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for the warm welcome (& cold ice pack) and a great nights sleep.we made it to Sedburgh at 7pm- too many good photos to take along the way! Will let you know if/when we finish. Thank you again, Jacq

Anonymous said...

Great to know B&B comes with medical assistance! Thank you for looking after Jacq and Ross. Looks a great place to stay.Might try it ourselves but not on a bike. Ross's Mum and Dad

GuestHouse said...

Thank you for the comments.
Its nice to know that there is more than just me who reads my blog.
Good Luck with the rest of the trek.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for supporting Jacq and Ross in a very practical way. Clearly your help enabled them to continue with the next leg of their challenge. Thanks again, Jacq's Mum and Dad.

Anonymous said...

How lovely to read not only about Ross and Jacq's peddling achievements, but also all the other inspirational stories too! A welcome break from work - keep bloggin' :-D

Anonymous said...

Jacq and Ross made it back home to Bath today (they continue to head South in the morning) so we heard tonight about some of the accommodation highs and lows so far; you will be pleased to know that your B&B was one of the highs! Jacq's sister