Day 31 mile 31: 1 Month. Yay! I have survived running everyday for a month, only 11 months left to go. Thanks for all the support (in so many different ways) it means a lot.
So as a special treat I took myself a little out of my way, for a run around the town of Beaumaris. Its got arguably one of the best castles ever, a world heritage site built by Edward I in 1330, we share a name but unfortunately I don’t get in free.
The town also contains a marina, several historic pubs, a Gerogian gaol, a lifeboat station which was part funded by Blue Peter (a long running kids TV program for non-UK readers), and amazing views across the sea to the mountains.
Archive footage from BBC’s Blue Peter 1976
with Beaumaris Lifeboat and crew.
It was a great run, with loads to see; a nice hustle and bustle through the town and beautiful tranquility along the shore line. Its obviously really hard to convey this sort of place, or indeed get a good photo as for such a comparatively small place there is an awful lot to see. So here is a short video from a quad-copter flown above the castle.
Video courtesy of ArialVideo
On a different note if you feel like sponsoring me please do, and no worries if you don’t, and if you have already then thank you so much! If you do all the money will go to The Cleft Lip & Palate Association (CLAPA) who provide services all across the UK to support people affected by it. You can do so by clicking the icon below.
Once again thanks so much all! See you tomorrow
Distance: 1729.0 meters recorded
(1 mile = 1609.34 m.)
Elapsed time: 10 minutes, 17 seconds
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