A 70-year old man who is doing an 18-month sponsored walk across the UK to raise £100,000 for The Salvation Army, has arrived in Cumbria.
Andy Peddle has donned a top hat and tails as he walks through Kendal, Barrow, Millom, Whitehaven, Penrith and Carlisle, until 5th October 2012.
He started his epic journey on 16 May in the Shetland Islands, Andy is walking to 130 Salvation Army Churches (Corps), Life houses, charity shops and every league football club throughout the UK, including Carlisle Football Club.
Andy hopes to raise awareness and much-needed funds to help victims of homelessness and human trafficking.
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