Simon's Thames River Challenge

Simon is kayaking 130 miles of the River Thames over 8 days for Kidney Research UK. A great challenge and opportunity to raise £!
 
Simon's challenge is now in progress. It started on Saturday 16 September. In a group of one & is paddling 130 miles of the non-tidal River Thames. The adventure startedin Lechlade, Gloucester down to Kew Bridge, West London. That's around 16 miles  of paddling each day along with a total of 45 locks to find my way through or around.

For an added challenge, and a touch of eccentricity, he will be paddling an AdvancedFrame Expedition kayak. He will be camping every night along the way, except for the one night's luxury accommodation in a youth hostel .... live the dream!

To make this challenge worthwhile and with your support he'd like to raise money for Kidney Research UK. To learn more about their amazing work, check out the video on the bottom of the about us page on their website: www.kidneyresearchuk.org.

Any donation you'd like to make will be very much appreciated and will be a great motivation for as he paddles down the River Thames. More importantly it will further Kidney Research UK's effort into life saving research to help the 3 million people in the UK with kidney disease. Thank you!

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity.
 
Visit Simon's JustGiving page.

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