Team Valley, SOS Group is supporting Daft as a Brush Cancer Patient Care’s founder, Brian Burnie, on a 7,000 mile walking challenge to promote free cancer patient transport all over Great Britain and Ireland.

Walking up to 20 miles a day is punishing for the 74 year old, who relies on printed maps to navigate the coastal paths, many of which have no markers or established walk ways.

Cheryl Burnie looks after Brian’s day-to-day routes by printing OS Maps to which include high levels of vital detail; from gates to legal pathways and highlighting boundaries, Cheryl is delighted with the print quality and speed of their Kyocera digital printer gifted by Andrew Skelton of SOS Group.

Andrew said: “We’re very proud to support Brian, Cheryl and the Daft as a Brush volunteers undertaking this epic challenge.”

Brian Burnie, who is funding the day-to-day operation of Bluebell Bus and the journey costs privately, said: “We’re very grateful to have the support of SOS Group who have provided this vital addition to our mini office on Bluebell Bus. It will be used every single day on what will is a difficult challenge.

“Taking Daft as a Brush Cancer Patient Care nationwide has always been our dream and this is our opportunity to make it a reality. Sincere thanks to Andrew and Team at SOS group for their generosity to the charity”.

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