Unless you are very new to Splodz Blogz you will know all about the Graham Homes Memorial Ride. I didn’t post much about on it here because I set up a special blog to document the challenge properly, but I realise that it has been remiss of me not to share any of my thoughts
Monday 11th November is classed as Remembrance – or Armistice – Day. We mark the occasion with a traditional silence at 11am and by wearing a poppy. Personally I am privileged to normally take part in two Remembrance Day parades locally each year as a member of a Salvation Army band, proudly leading the lines of people
Tomorrow I go on a very important motorcycle ride. I will be riding my F650GS alongside LincsGeek, Veronica, Edward, Rick and Paul, approximately 2,000 miles around Great Britain in memory of my father-in-law. The Graham Homes Memorial Motorcycle Ride is raising money for Cancer Research UK and Macmillan Cancer Support. I have not scheduled any
The Graham Homes Memorial Ride will be 2,000+ miles of Great British roads over a week at the end of May 2013, raising money for two cancer charities. It will be our biking tribute to Graham, my father in law, recreating something of our John O’Groats to Land’s End trip in 2009, while hopefully making
Monument – In the market place in Tattershall, Lincolnshire I also took this one of a smoking Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Spitfire as it started up ready for takeoff. The Lanc and the rest of the flight were still in the hangar.
Today in the UK was Remembrance Sunday. I took part in two services – one in Boston and one in Freiston. I’d say it was the busiest it’s been at either for a number of years, really good to see so many people turn out to pay their respects to those who have died in