We’ve a beautiful story about our good friend and colleague over right here at Easyspace towers, Colin McGregor.
One among Colin’s shut mates, Niall Williams, contracted Covid final yr, and because of this, he spent 95 days in intensive care. He has fortunately recovered after this difficult interval. Phew!
Having spent over 6 months in hospital combating for survival, Niall needed to do one thing to indicate his gratitude to all of the individuals who helped him by means of his time in hospital. So Niall challenged himself to stroll 95 miles in 95 days, a large problem for him personally, elevating funds for the NHS in Fife. Excellent news!
On Thursday, third June, Niall accomplished his “Problem 95” by strolling 95 miles in 95 Days. Properly executed that man!
However there’s extra…
Niall inspired his mates to take up their very own problem primarily based on the quantity ’95’.
So, Colin and some of his closest mates (Scout Leaders) determined to show one thing unfavourable into one thing constructive and lift consciousness and funding for the NHS Fife Health Charity. So, they determined to journey the 96 miles of the West Highland Means – in 95 hours, an sudden journey!
The West Highland Means is a grueling, arduous journey, the beginning of which is close-by Easyspace towers in Glasgow.
Colin (being Colin) determined to stroll the Means again to entrance, beginning at Fort William and ending at a spot known as Milngavie (pronounced Mullguy – sure it’s bizarre, we all know). They’d stroll and cycle your complete route in beneath 95 hours.
On the eleventh June 2021, they set off from Fort William, with springs of their steps and perhaps slightly medicinal lubrication to assist calm the nerves…
Day / Night 1.
Arrival at Beinglas Farm (warning – excessive close-up)
After a short tumble and an ambulance – Colin and the fellows made in to the campsite at Drymen, to be greeted by Niall and the gang have been clapped onto the campsite.
Success! The Gang arrived on the Begin of the West Highland Means in Milngavie.
Congratulations to all of them from everybody at Easyspace / iomart. They’ve managed to boost over £3,000 to date for NHS Fife Well being Charity, and over £20,000 for each ’95’ associated problem.
If you want to contribute – you are able to do so by visiting the simply giving web page right here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/challenge95andabit