top of page
Back the Back Walk
This Summer, I walked the entire 268 miles of the Pennine Way, otherwise known as the ‘Backbone of Britain’ to raise awareness of Scoliosis.
The event lasted 19 days, with 16 days of walking and 3 rest days.
My walk began in Edale, Derbyshire
on 30th June 2019 - International Scoliosis Awareness Day - and finished in Kirk Yetholm at the Scottish Border. A huge thank you to everyone who joined me or donated....see photos below!
Also, thank you to :
Diggle House Farm, Hebden Bridge Hostel, The Tan Hill Inn, The Cheviot Hotel, Clennell Hall Country House, The Teesdale Hotel and The Tees Pot for their support of the event!
Click here for a
Click here to
Click here to find out about
to find out
Use #backthebackwalk and #backtheback for related posts!
bottom of page