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And he would walk 500 miles ... Pentney man's charity trek




Pentney man Mark Anthony Johnson Payne set himself a challenge to walk 500 miles throughout August.

This was to honour his grandfather, Edward Osbourne who died.

To achieve his goal he would be walking for up to three hours covering 16 miles per day to stay on target.

Fulfilling the challenge he said: "I have just completed the walk quicker than I thought. I had a few problems with major blisters, sprained ankle and nerve damage under my feet but managed to push through. I also managed to raise £310 for Dementia UK."

Mark Anthony Johnson Payne completed his walk in memory of his Grandfather for Dementia UK raising more than £300. (50701887)
Mark Anthony Johnson Payne completed his walk in memory of his Grandfather for Dementia UK raising more than £300. (50701887)
Mark Anthony Johnson Payne completed his walk in memory of his Grandfather for Dementia UK raising more than £300. (50701944)
Mark Anthony Johnson Payne completed his walk in memory of his Grandfather for Dementia UK raising more than £300. (50701944)


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