A visit and a cheer from Help For Heroes CEO Melanie Waters OBE as Mel says: “You’re really making a difference” As we said earlier today: “…in the end, it’s about the blokes. The wounded, injured and sick serving and veteran and their families… …Give us your money. Donate here: https://bit.ly/DonateToHeroJOGLERelay Please.”
We’re getting a lot of likes and love on social media, and that’s great. But in the end, it’s about the blokes. The wounded, injured and sick serving and veteran and their families. So, to paraphrase Bob Geldof. Give us your money. Donate here. https://bit.ly/DonateToHeroJOGLERelay Please.
Maria: Another fantastic day… ceremonies and wreath laying on military graves and at the Cenotaph. An emotional ceremony this morning at Colchester where the family and military were in attendance. Welcome committees, bagpipes, cake, strangers donatiing money and so many memories, emotions and just fantastic banter to mention in one post!Will miss these chaps –Continue reading “Maria writes of her Hero JOGLE Relay experience”
On to Brookwood Military Cemetery and greeted by the pipers from Gordon’s school. @herojoglerelay @helpforheroes
First stop of the day, Runnymead Air Forces Memorial. 30 miles down, 70 odd to go. Now where are the others 🤔
Welcome aboard Mark! You picked a great day for it It begins! http://www.justgiving.com/Mark-Osborne39?utm_id=124
From our superb road mechanic and support van driver Graham Great to see the outriders join our team. Looks like another day of grotty weather
Neil writes: Day 15 (13 riding) finished at Colnbrook near Heathrow. 4 men in a room in a Holiday Inn Express….guess who is in on a self inflating bed on the floor? Not a bad days ride, weather good, road surface generally good and few hills. Had a service at the last of the 4Continue reading “Day 15 from the front”
Neil writes: Day 14 (12 riding) was generally a fast day flying over flat terrain through Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk finishing in Colchester. We were joined by 9 x 1/2/3 day riders which made for a nice change, decent sized group riding. En route we did stop at the Desert Rats memorial (accompanied by aContinue reading “Day 14 – from our 2-wheeled correspondent”
Although these are rather similar to the earlier photos, we felt the event and the occasion deserved it 🙂 Firstly one that captures the whole of the Cenotaph, the Help For Heroes CEO Melanie Waters OBE who came out to join us, and all the riders for the day. And here we have Irene, toContinue reading “Day 15 – The Cenotaph again”
…a piper and a VIP!! On to the hotel!
Jules sent in these photos from the team arriving in Colchester this afternoon