fundraiser's 105-mile challenge for Secret World
Burnham-On-Sea fundraiser is gearing up to take part in a 105-mile
race across the Scottish Highlands to raise money for a local charity.
Lambert, a senior instructor at Burnham-On-Sea's Tae Kwon-Do club,
is heading up to Scotland to compete in the challenge in aid of
East Huntspill charity Secret World Wildlife Rescue.
Tae Kwon-Do students were in attendance at Secret Worlds recent
Summer Party, a fund raising event, when they showed off their skills
and enjoyed a day out in the sunshine.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "Every year I like to do something
for a local good cause, and having met Pauline Kidner after discovering
an injured kestrel I decided Id like to raise money for Secret
World to help them continue all the amazing work they do."
year I am taking on my biggest challenge yet, my plan is to run,
ride and kayak 105 miles across the Scottish Highlands, literally
travelling from one side of Scotland to the other!"
race from Nairn to Ballachulish, starts at 8.30am on Saturday 9th
September and takes around 14hours to complete. It is going to be
amazing and the views spectacular!"
will be passing Cawdor Castle, kayaking over Loch Ness and finishing
with a half marathon over Ben Nevis! Ive already raised over
£1000 and thinking about that will keep me going when things
you would like to sponsor Jane, visit her Just
Giving page here.
Tae Kwon-Do club meets every Tuesday and Thursday at King Alfred
School in Highbridge, and beginners of all ages and abilities are
Students Nina Baldwin and Justyn Branton performing under the watchful
eye of Instructor Tanya Majewicz; Jane having completed the 57 mile
Great Western Ride in preparation for Coast to Coast