We've made the decision to proceed with the Camino despite the risks of COVID-19. We're satisfied the Spanish regional authorities have taken every available precaution to make it feasible & safe.
We understand things could change last minute but till then, we'll seize our moment & aim to complete the Camino by October 31st as planned. Follow our social channels for updates & thank you for your support. Love the pilgrims family. x
IN TIM'S OWN WORDS
"The Back Up Trust gave me my life back, Canine Partners let me live it
, Mariners of Bewl & Canterbury Hellfire Wheelchair Rugby Club allow me to enjoy it"
The four amazing causes our fundraising will help support
On 19 July 2009 Tim was involved in a road traffic accident which left him wheelchair bound.
He broke his neck between C6-7, requiring 2 metal rings joined by rods to hold his head on.
He also broke a further 9 vertebrae, some ribs, punctured both lungs, broke his sternum and smashed his pelvis.
At that moment his life changed forever.
Now a Tetraplegic, Tim lived the rest of his life in a wheelchair.