I must start by say a special thanks to those who attended the public walk on Sunday especially when the weather was so awful. The walk was made up from members of the Cambridge staff and club supporters.
Trevor George the former Cambridge United police intelligence officer led walk whilst also delivering a history lesson on route.
Above The group ready to attack the 3.9 mile stroll along the river Cam
Below The group gathered for a photo at the half way point
I must also thank the Cambridge United media team for putting the interview with Thomas Kirk match referee on twitter as this again has generated so much positivity and conversation about mental health.
As we approach the last 19 days of the challenge, we have hit 5,800,276 steps up to 31st October leaving just 199,724 steps to hit the six million and completing the 3228-mile walk.
Thanks also to those who have again sponsored the walk and taken the total to £14.500
Finally, a reminder that Cambridge United have arranged for me to walk from the football monument on Parkers Piece to the Abbey stadium on Saturday 19th November, The walk will start at 2pm and we should arrive at the stadium by 2.45pm everybody is welcome to come along.
Thanks again, keep talking everybody.
Ian Darler B.E.M