Four people, one goal, 100 kilometres, 30 hours.

#1
Trailwalker UK 18/19 July 09 in aid of the Gurkha Welfare Trust.

LCpl Om Thapa, LCpl Om Gurung, LCpl Dan Purja and Mr Ian Crawford are the team of 4 who are taking part in this year's Trailwalker in aid of Oxfam and the Gurka Welfare Trust.

Obviously this is a cause close to our hearts, please help us raise our goal of £2000 by donating online straight to the charities.

Just think if everyone donated just £1.00 we could easily achieve our target.

Please click on the link below (or copy and paste it) to go to our home page.

Thanks for your generosity.

http://www.justgiving.com/mountainboys
 
#3
I was 'persuaded' to do this in 2006, I bumped into two old mates, one of whom was handing out soup at a check-point :D

The support is exemplary and the Gurkha lads are very grateful to see so many teams. Each finisher is personally thanked at the finishing line.

I plan to do it again, it's not as hard as it sounds, the team I was in finished in about 28 hours. The first teams in are clocking up 10-12 hours for 100km (62 miles) but that's so wrong, the South Downs are quite picturesque, it's not right to rush it!! :D
 
#4
I was looking at doing this a while ago, but couldnt bloody find anyone round me to join, lazy feckers

Will donate chap, as soon as I get paid, good luck!
 
#6
Did it last year and thoroughly enjoyed it .. apart from the slow knackers on my team.

Even blogged it on here.

Good luck and I'll pop back at a later date with a small donation.
 
#8
I did it in 2004 and I did support team for some friends in 2005. Trust me, its harder doing the support team. Try not to give them too much s**t when they forget the haribo's, they are there for you.

well rant over.

good luck to you and the curry at CP 7 make its all worth it.
 

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