Homeless couple say walking South West Coast path was 'life-changing'

A couple from Cornwall have written a best selling book about their life-changing experience walking the length of the South West Coast path.

Raynor Winn and her husband Moth lost their home, their business and also learnt Moth was terminally ill - all in the space of a few days.

At 630 miles the path is no easy feat, it starts in Minehead in Somerset and follows North Devon, Cornwall, South Devon and ends in Poole in Dorset.

With a tight daily budget of around £10 the couple ate mainly boiled noodles and illegally wild camped at night.

Raynor's now written down her account of the walk which has been published and become a best-selling book.

"Who'd of thought we'd have walked 630 miles and sit here with a book, so we'll worry about the future when we get to it."