Offa's Dyke Walk 2015 -South to North (Update)

W. Bro. Colin Lemin of St Asaph Lodge, No. 8034, is undertaking an impressive Sponsored Walk of the Offa’s Dyke Path between Chepstow and Prestatyn over a twelve day period in aid of the 2017 Festival and the Masonic Fishing Charity. Starting at Sedbury Beach, South Wales on Saturday 28 March and walking up to 17 miles a day he is due to arrive in Prestatyn on Saturday 11 April which includes a two-day break for Easter.

The 177-mile walk takes him through Monmouth, Hay, the Black Mountains, Knighton, and the Clwydian Hills and is considered one of Britain’s favourites. Although Colin is planning to complete the walk on his own, with only a ritual book for company, brethren can keep a close eye on his progress on the Provincial Facebook page with a link to his daily blog where he will recount the days walking experience.

All monies raised will be divided equally between the 2017 Festival Appeal and the local branch of the Masonic Fishing Charity, which provides fishing days out for local disabled and disadvantaged children. Details of how to support Colin either individually or as a Lodge can be obtained from the Provincial office.

For those wishing to follow his progress, Colin will be updating his Blog daily at the following address. [ Colins’ Blog ]

Everyone is welcome to join him at the finish on Prestatyn beach on the Saturday afternoon where, after a traditional blister-cooling paddle in the sea, he will share a glass of well deserved bubbly or orange juice with those present.

Offa's Dyke Walk 2015 - South to North (Update)

W. Bro. Colin Lemin of St Asaph Lodge, No. 8034, is undertaking an impressive Sponsored Walk of the Offa’s Dyke Path between Chepstow and Prestatyn over a twelve day period in aid of the 2017 Festival and the Masonic Fishing Charity. Starting at Sedbury Beach, South Wales on Saturday 28 March and walking up to 17 miles a day he is due to arrive in Prestatyn on Saturday 11 April which includes a two-day break for Easter.

The 177-mile walk takes him through Monmouth, Hay, the Black Mountains, Knighton, and the Clwydian Hills and is considered one of Britain’s favourites. Although Colin is planning to complete the walk on his own, with only a ritual book for company, brethren can keep a close eye on his progress on the Provincial Facebook page with a link to his daily blog where he will recount the days walking experience.

All monies raised will be divided equally between the 2017 Festival Appeal and the local branch of the Masonic Fishing Charity, which provides fishing days out for local disabled and disadvantaged children. Details of how to support Colin either individually or as a Lodge can be obtained from the Provincial office.

For those wishing to follow his progress, Colin will be updating his Blog daily at the following address. [ Colins’ Blog ]

Everyone is welcome to join him at the finish on Prestatyn beach on the Saturday afternoon where, after a traditional blister-cooling paddle in the sea, he will share a glass of well deserved bubbly or orange juice with those present.

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