The End to End Challenge - Become an End to Ender! Travel from Land's End to John O'Groats and join and our exclusive End to End Club
Tuesday 22nd July 2014
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Calling all End to Enders,
Send us your stories now!

This is your newsletter. If you have completed the End to End challenge or are planning to do so, we would like you to send in stories and pictures of your journey.

Share your experiences with other End to Enders or offer advice, hints and tips to those thinking about taking up the challenge.

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End to End Club

Free to sign up and register. Information pack available.

You will need to complete a membership application form. This can be completed and sent before, during or after your journey.

The Transit Verification Form needs to be stamped, signed and completed throughout your trip to verify that you have travelled from and in between Land's End and John O'Groats, whichever route you have chosen to travel.

This needs to be sent/handed in at the end of your trip with a cheque for ?5.00. You will then receive your privilege card, your certificate, merchandise information, bi-annual newsletters and invitations to our Club events.

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More Stories

2010 Award Winners
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The annual Club Awards Presentation took place on 19th June 2010
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Memories of one End to End 27-09-09 to 10-10-09 by Steven Fort
Steven Fort
I always thought of myself as fairly fit having been quite sporty for most of my life. However, as middle age came and went
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Sport Relief Million Pound Cycle Ride
Land’s End General manager David Bryans presenting an End to End certificate to David Walliams
On Thursday March 4th a group of celebrities arrived at Land’s End after completing a gruelling 1,000 mile cycle challenge.
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2010 Award Winners

winnersThe award winners in each category are listed below: Category A – By Foot - Nicholas Pope and Charlotte Rogers Category B – By Wheel (motor free) - Glyn Marston Category C – By 2/3 Wheels (motorised) - Peter and Denis Spowage Category D – By 4 or more wheels (motorised) – There were 3 honorary winners – The Tractor Guys (John Bishop & Tony Swire); Jacki Dixon & Patricia Gorringe; Bob Sampson. Category E – Most Inventive Method – John Duckworth. Please check back soon for full stories of all our award applicants and winners. Keep sending your applications for the 2011 awards!!!

 

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