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A Message from Luccia

For those who did not see my thank you note in the Weekly Notices in December I would like to thank everyone for the support I received in prayer and giving to the charity, Rock2Recovery, whose mission is to support veterans and servicing personnel suffering from PTSD.

I finished my long trek from John O'Groats to Land's End on 7th December and raised £5212.84 for the charity.

Rock2Recovery wish me to pass their sincere thanks to all who supported me as they continue Saving Lives and Changing Lives.

I will be talking to YMOSES on 4th February about my walk and if anyone else is interested in hearing about my experience please talk to me.

I would love to share it with you.

In time I hope to catch up with you all personally.

Much love, Luccia Rennie.

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