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St Patrick's Pilgrim Walk

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The team

I can't believe it is now 2 years ago that we finished our epic walk from Land's End to John O'Groats.

I have such good memories of the walk and often think of what a challenge it had been with 4 dogs

walking over 1000 miles.

Last year we did not do a Fundraising walk due to my move to another country as it were. I left London,

after 31 years my home, to move to the countryside in Northern Ireland.

It will come as no surprise that our next Fundraising walk will be here in Northern Ireland called

St Patrik's Pilgrims Way. 


The walk is not anything like the 2.5 months trek we did back in 2018 but just a week of walking 82 miles. More like the old days when we walked Hadrian's Wall, The West Highland Way, the Jurassic Coastal path,

The Weardale Way, The Great Glen Way.

This year I be walking with my 8 dogs, Olive being the latest addition to my 4-legged family.

Our Daily schedule will be as follows:

St Patricks Pilgrim Way 132km – 82 miles


1. Navan/Armagh to Scarva 25km – 15.5 miles

2. Scarva to Newry 20km – 12.5 miles

3. Newry to Rostrevor 15km – 9.5 miles

4. Rostrevor to Hill Town 18km – 11 miles

5. Hill Town to Newcastle 20km – 12.5 miles

6. Newcastle to Tyrella 18km – 11 miles

7. Tyrella to DownPatrick 16km – 10 miles

I hope that you will follow are endeavours and share it with many other people and of course,

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Land's End

to John O'Groats

June-September 2018

A 1,034 mile journey from one end of the UK to the other. Along the way, Rob met many 'trail angels'


Hertfordshire Way

(Walking Club)

March-October 2017

like-minded fundraisers met for this 194 mile circular route along public rights of way.


Jurassic Coastal Path



Rob and Justin travelled to the Jurassic Coast and walked almost the entirety of the 95 mile path between Exmouth and Poole.


Three Peaks in 24hrs

August 2017

Climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike, and Snowdon, the total distance walked is estimated at 42 kilometres (26 mi) with a total ascent of 9,800 feet (3,000 m).


Natalija's Three Peaks 

May 2017

We are enormously grateful to Natalija who completed her challenge and raised a fantastic £250 for Walking to Save Dogs! 


Ice Climbing in Patagonia

December 2016

We are so grateful to Massimo and Joy who undertook a tremendous adventure; ice-climbing in Patagonia during 6 days of extreme cold weather conditions.