The 2016 Walk'n'Roll.
50,000km RTW for charity. By train.

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The 2016 Walk'n'Roll. THE global charity event of 2016.

What? A series of sponsored walks, and rolls (for wheelchair users), along the route of a 50,000km RTW train journey.

Why? To raise vital funds for ataxia research, and as a vehicle to unite ataxia sufferers & supporters worldwide. [more....]
Friends of the Walk'n'Roll for Ataxia
These very kind people have made this event possible. Please support my supporters.

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    VIA Rail, CanadaWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Northcote, LancashireWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Iarnrůd …ireann - Irish RailWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Translink - Northern Ireland RailwaysWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Visit FlŚmWebsiteFacebook
    The Grand Hotel, FolkestoneWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Inlandsbanan Railway, SwedenWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    City Hotel, Derry/LondonderryWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Hotel and Spa Princesa Munia, OviedoWebsiteTwitter
    Best Western Sligo Southern Hotel, SligoWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    First Great Western RailwaysWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Hi-Tec UKWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Absalon Hotel, CopenhagenWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Travel Massive, WorldwideWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Apple Apartments, BelfastWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Hotel Gabbiano Azzurro, Golfo Aranci, SardiniaWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Comfort Hotel BÝrsparken, OsloWebsiteFacebook
    The Blue Train, South AfricaWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Bunches (Flowers by post) UKWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Jan Hatwell, Horsham, W.Sussex
    Andy Carter (Calling All Stations Blog)WebsiteTwitter
    Nigel Heath, Southampton (ataxiafightback)Website
    Antler Guest House, EdinburghWebsiteFacebook
    MaryJean (Handmade Soap and Skincare), SpeysideWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Peter S Lewis, Warks. (Steamtube)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Tim White, Could be AnywhereWebsiteTwitter
    Anne Diamond, Sutton Coldfield
    The Foodaholic, LondonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Heather Cowper, Bristol (Heather On Her Travels)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Wyndham Clampett, Cricklewood, LondonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Ian Smith, WorcestershireWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Stupor Mundi B&B, Palermo, SicilyWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Kate Putman, Twineham, West Sussex
    The Crossways, North Wooton, nr. WellsWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Aquae Sinis Albergo Diffuso, Cabras, SardiniaWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Hush UKWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Juliette Morrison, Hatch EndFacebookTwitter
    Imperial Hotel, GalwayWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Ffestiniog TravelWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Hilton Ageas Bowl, SouthamptonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Anita Breland, Basel (Anita's Feast)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Cottonwood Boutique Hotel, BournemouthWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Penzion Fantazia, PopradWebsite
    Teresa Keane, Harrow (Independent Travel Help)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Gavan Connolly (GC Photographics)WebsiteTwitter
    Waterford Marina Hotel, WaterfordWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    MK LimitedWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Edward Kendal, Nottingham (RailwayManiacs Blog)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Terre Bianche Guesthouse, Alghero, SardiniaWebsiteFacebook
    Delta Hotels, HalifaxWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    TPO (the people's operator), LondonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Exmoor House Country Hotel, Exmoor Nat. ParkWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Highland Titles, AlderneyWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Hallur Lucien Louis H. Leonsson, Copenhagen
    Sarah Morley, Lichfield (Design For A Day)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Jo„o Matias, ÷stersund, SwedenWebsite
    Doug Lansky, Stockholm, SwedenWebsiteTwitter
    Annaloa Hilmarsdottir, Chacewater, UKFacebook
    Tom Fakler, Basel (Tom Fakler Photography)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Breo Watches and Sunglasses, DundeeWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Yasmeen Lebanese Restaurant, LondonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Maryannick Le Cohu, NiceWebsiteFacebook
    Karl Foxley, DerbyWebsiteTwitter
    Karen Servadei, DartfordTwitter
    Beech's Fine Chocolates, PrestonWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Lucy Dodsworth, Cheltenham (On The Luce)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Jaime Tung, London (angloyankophile)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Virginie Bottollier, GrenobleWebsiteFacebook
    Neil Dinnen (Wanderer Photos)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Martina Valcharova, BrnoFacebook
    Jeff Titelius, Florida, USAWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    The Rupee Room (Indian Restaurant), AyrWebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Suzanne Jones (The Travelbunny)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    West Coast Railways (Jacobite)WebsiteFacebookTwitter
    Fatima and Zara Ben Mimoun, NÓmesWebsiteFacebook

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The 2016 Walk'n'Roll is very generously funded by The UK Hotel Network and The Friends of the 2016 Walk'n'Roll.
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