The charity page set up by Philip Goodeve-Docker ahead of his trek across Greenland has attracted in excess of £6,000 as strangers continue to honour the adventurer.
Mr Goodeve-Docker took on the challenge in a bid to raise £4,000 for The Queen's Nursing Institute but died on Sunday after he and his two teammates Roan Hackney and Andy Norman got into difficulty.
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