JoELoH supporter Jo Bolton has just set off for a fantastic adventure and fundraising opportunity: For two long weeks she will be cycling through Burma.

Jo has previously supported ELoH by raising money by participating in the Hadrian’s Wall Trekathon in June 2013 and by organising a charity coffee morning with a raffle and clothes’ sale in January 2014. Now she has set herself a new challenge.

Her trip will last for two weeks, eleven days out of which will be spent cycling intensively. She aims to cover an average of 50 miles a day and cycle around numerous areas of Burma including Yangon, Lake Inle, Shan Highlands, Mandalay, Monywa,  Bagan and Mount Popa. Jo will be travelling with a small group of other cycling enthusiasts.

In March, temperatures in Burma start rising after a cooler season and can reach up to 40ºC. So while her trip will take her through incredible scenery and beautiful landscapes, it will be truly challenging!

Jo has funded the entire trip herself, so all money raised will go directly to ELoH and will help us help vulnerable child amputees – thank you for going on this exciting journey for us, Jo!

If you would like to donate to Jo, you can find her JustGiving page here

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