2014 Sport Relief Bloggers Land’s End to John O’Groats Relay Route

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We’ve been busy, immersed in maps and spreadsheets working out the route for the 2014 Sport Relief Blogger Relay and we are pleased to announce  – we have a plan!

Everyone who signed up registering interest will receive an email from us in the next 48 hours along with details of their local group and it’s Facebook Group page link – if you signed up and do not hear from us, please do check your spam inbox and if we still aren’t there do tweet us to let us know @team_honk. From now on all updates and news will be posted here on TeamHonk.org to make finding information super easy. To subscribe to emails of updates and news either click here or choose ‘subscribe’ from the nav bar at the top of this page.

Every main area along the route has an individual Facebook Group, to make planning your areas route as a group easier as well as being a nice space to chat to bloggers local to you, you never know there may be more bloggers local to you than you thought. And so without further ado, here’s route, in order of stops along with corresponding Facebook Group links…

 

If you speak to anyone who might be interested in joining your local leg of the Relay do pass them the Facebook Groups link or send them our way at hello@teamhonk.org and as always – thanks for your support x

The Route

Additional areas north of Glasgow to be added
Cornwall
Somerset
Bournemouth
Southampton
Brighton
Hastings
Dover
Gravesend
Southend
Chelmsford
Colchester
Norwich
Great Yarmouth
Cambridge
Milton Keynes
Hemel Hempstead
St Albans
London
Fleet
Reading
Oxford
Gloucestershire
Bristol
Wales
Birmingham
Northampton
Nottingham
Peterbrough
Derby
Sheffield
Hull
Bradford
Manchester
Cheshire
Preston
Morecambe
Kendal
Darlington
Durham
Washington
Edinburgh
Glasgow
John O Groats

Map attribution link

Comments

  1. says

    Yay! Exciting stuff! Have sent requests to 2 groups, as am a few miles from the Dorset/Somerset border – so may be of help in either Somerset or Bournemouth or somewhere in between the two!

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