In two weeks time I will on the plod again! This time I have been asked to join the amazing Laura on her trek Alain’s the Cornish Costal path in aid of raising both money and awareness for the Charity Mind. Laura Louise bio; After reading the book ‘The Salt Path’ by Raynor Winn I … More “Mind” Cornwall Coastal Path Walk
Charlotte Cook from Ilfracombe has been an amazing young person. She has been growing her hair for many years, in a conversation with her mum she said that she would like to have the beautiful blond locks cut for charity. Her mother reluctant agreed. Please read on. She has had the hair cut in the … More Foot long blond hair, cut off to help raise money for the RNIB
Team Imeson has to be one of the most unique teams around. I have worked with many different types of teams of people and ones that do not have the same goal. As ‘Team Imeson’ is mainly family we have a great start on the team building part and the goal is one that we … More Team Imeson;
The beautiful drive to the highlands by TeamImeson. … More Chester to Ben Nevis.
Thank you to Rob for the interview and the article in your Business magazine. http://www.business-action.co.uk/ I’m keen to promote the work the RNIB do, the journey that I am on and the ambition I have to keep walking long distances. Please click, read and share. https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/62684845/business-action-june-july-2019
I have had one removed.. June 2019 T A picture of my taken the day of the operation. It happened in a bit of a rush. I attended a routine checkup in November 2019 when I was told my total vision was pretty bad and was registered blind. This did not come as a massive … More Cataracts
Recently I made the decision to walk a similar distance with as much height gain as possible matching the day four of our “Epic Expedition” whilst staying close to my home. Day four – The Yorkshire Three Peaks – https://www.threepeakschallenge.uk/yorkshire-three-peaks-challenge/route The reason behind this walk was to help me gain confidence that I can manage … More Blind Man Roy makes a solo walk happen
A Saturday training session. Ollie and I managed to go for 26k walk within 6 hours stretching from our home town to Hangman’s Hill near Lynton and back. It was a hot and hard walk sadly served with a big punch of reality. The Three Peaks in Yorkshire (day four) is just undated 42k and … More When you think you’ve done enough to only find out you’ve got more to do!
Blooming Cataracts In October 2018, I was diagnosed as blind. The optometrist calmly said my sight had reached this status which was enhanced with two growing cataracts. Recently this state has sent me into a world of “blur”. This new condition has led me to learn a new coping strategy, It’s a simple one. This … More Loosing Faces
Over a weekend in February Laura and I made a positive decision to “get up and go”. Our choice of direction was “upwards” and off we set for the most local highest point. This blog is more of a pictorial update rather than the usual 1000 words. I hope you enjoy the videos. When I … More Training can be more than just a walk around a National Park in the UK.