A walk to remember
Adam Kautsky, 30 from Brighton, will be taking on the difficult challenge of walking 3000km in 100 days across Europe to help us raise money for sick children in Sussex.
Beginning on Sunday 21 February 2016, the starting point for his journey will be at the Bali Brasserie in Hove where Adam works, and he will then begin his journey by walking to Dover to catch a ferry across to Calais. His journey will then continue where he’ll be walking across France, Italy, Austria and Germany, tackling 30km per day. He hopes to complete the challenge on 1 June in the Czech Republic.
Speaking of his challenge, Adam said: “To me it is very simple – I want to do something to help poorly children in hospital. As I live in Brighton and I know about the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, I went to visit their charity Rockinghorse with my idea to help them raise money for the fantastic work they do in Sussex”.
As the official fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital (the Alex) and a vital support of the Trevor Mann Baby Unit (TMBU) in Brighton, we raise money for life-saving and cutting-edge medical equipment, whilst also ensuring that children are treated in an environment better suited to their needs.
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