RNLI station to station for Hunstanton pub staff

Tracy Mcgivern outside the Honeystone pub in Hunstanton ANL-160525-164646001
Tracy Mcgivern outside the Honeystone pub in Hunstanton ANL-160525-164646001

Hayley Jane Coker and Tracy McGivern from the Honeystone public house in Hunstanton are taking on an epic walk to raise funds for the RNLI.

Starting on Friday, June 3, the colleagues are walking from Cromer Lifeboat Station and calling in at Sheringham and Wells Stations with their last stop at Hunstanton Lifeboat Station before completing their walk at the Honeystone, where they will rest their aching feet andcelebrate their achievement.

Tracy, aged 45, said: “We began out training just after Christmas, I track my steps at work each day that sometimes total 15 miles and then when my shift is over I do about eight miles on the King’s Lynn riverbank. I feel fit and ready to go.”

Hayley, 35, has been fitting in training walks on the coastal path around her shifts and the needs of her three children who are aged between two and seven.

Not content with just completing a walk this intrepid team will fund raise en-route holding a fundraising event in the Red Lion pub in Stiffkey at the end of their first day’s walk and another at the White Horse at Brancaster on the second day.

Tracy said: “It’s not the walking that worries me, but I’ve never camped before so thank goodness Hayley is a seasoned camper!

“We chose the RNLI as we are here on the coast and we watch the crew training out on the water all year round; so many of the crew come here for meals and we were keen to help them.”

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