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5.15 on Saturday 26th July, the Facing Your Limits kayakers paddled into Denver Sluices to complete the last of the challenges in the ’3 charities, 3 challenges, 2 survivors, one year’ pledge. Having been sent on their way from Great Barford three days earlier by Mo, Brett, Tim Hewett and an ITV reporter, the team of 10 women quickly settled into their 3 mph pace. Navigating locks as a team and ensuring that all stayed fed and hydrated as the hot summer sun decided to make an appearance. The first day was going well until 1.5 miles from camp, the team were stopped by the Police who

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had closed the river. Tragically, a young boy had drowned and his body could not be found. The last part of the journey for the day, was completed with the kayaks strapped precariously in the back of the hire van. Day 2 was another early start and the route was beautiful but hard, with the physical demands of keeping paddling pace weighing heavy on the team. The strong head wind and unbelievable amounts of weed, which blocked all motorboats from navigating the river, made the end section of the day extremely tiring. With the knowledge that day 3 would take us to our destination, the team paddled with focus, passing Ely and the Ten Mile Bank, out into the widening and seemingly never-ending straight sections of

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the Great River Ouse. A few pounds donated by onlookers, and claps and cheers from moored boats spurred us on until the relief, disbelief and awe of seeing the Denver Sluices and our fantastic support team and Mo, with the moving finish line, ahead. The end of the trip was emotional, with reflection and thanks, toasts and laughter and the song filled mini bus journey home. Without the support of some fantastic people, the donations from such generous supporters and the unquestioning faith we all have in Facing Your Limits as a worthy campaign, these three challenges and the money they have raised would not have been possible. And to Donna and Ali – there really is no ‘i’ in DAS! Thanks for so many fantastic miles.

Please keep the donations coming in and watch this space for the next update from FYL.

Many thanks to Stuart Wing www.stuartwingphotography.co.uk for these images.

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