Once Iain had completed his shift, he set off on his return journey. Iain had a contingency plan in place and had left his bicycle at School the day before, just in the case the trip back was looking in danger.
On his return journey, Iain walked some of the way, pushing his bike alongside him, and also jumped on his bike for a mixture of free-wheeling down the occasional hill. Iain finally got home at 10:22pm.
Iain’s tremendous efforts raised £477.76 for Millie’s Trust.
Iain commented: ‘Having undertaken charity walks of considerable distance in the past, 47.6 miles to and from work seemed achievable. However, what was very different about this challenge was the 9 hour ‘break’ in the middle. My body clearly decided that 23.8 miles was sufficient so, it attempted to shut down my legs! I am overwhelmed by not only the financial backing given, but more so the astonishing level of encouragement, support and genuine wishes of good luck and well done from so many people’