Frank Hirth is proud to have supported the “Walk the Bryson Line” challenge, an initiative set up by Americans living in the UK to raise money for UK Charities. On June 30 we joined Tanager Wealth in Stratford-Upon-Avon for the day to walk the line alongside a team of American expatriates.
We are thrilled that our team raised over £2,500. With donations still coming in and all being matched by the company, we will be exceeding our £5,000 fundraising target helping to support five great charities: Bloodwise, the Campaign to Protect Rural England, Great Ormond Street Hospital, the Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals and Papworth Hospital.
The challenge was an amazing experience for all our Frank Hirth volunteers that walked a distance of approximately 20 miles in a temperature averaging 31 degrees!
Take a look at some of the pictures below:
About the Bryson line walk
The Bryson line is the longest straight line that it is possible to travel in the UK without crossing any sea, stretching 569 miles from Cape Wrath to Bognor Regis. The concept is taken from the prologue of author, and former president of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) Bill Bryson’s book The Road to Little Dribbling: More Notes From a Small Island.
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