Tom Benyon OBE, his wife Jane, and dog, Dinah arrive at the Martyrs Memorial in Oxford
(March 2015: Relaunch of a piece about the end of ZANE’s 2014 walk.)
Tom Benyon OBE, his wife Jane, and their young dog Dinah have covered between them over 260 miles in 22 days to raise money for ZANE (Zimbabwe a National Emergency).
I have not.
Clothes lifeless, feet blistered, head blurred, sense of humour evaporated, I climb the last few steps of the Martyrs’ Memorial in Oxford …
Tom Benyon OBE (ZANE), his wife Jane and their dog Leah, reach the end of their 2013 fundraising walk for ZANE
(March 2015: Relaunch of a piece about the end of ZANE’s 2013 walk.)
He hit the finish at pace. Tom Benyon OBE, his wife Jane and dog Leah strode the final mile to the Martyrs’ Memorial in Oxford in full sunshine and right on schedule.
They had covered well over two hundred and fifty miles on foot from Holyhead to Oxford and they had raised, again, thousands of pounds for the bereft in Zimbabwe.
Tom Benyon OBE and his wife Jane on the last day of their walk from York to Canterbury 2012
(March 2015: Relaunch of a piece about plans for ZANE’s 2013 walk.)
Help! He’s at it again – Tom Benyon OBE, a man in his prime, is about to set off on another charity walk.
The route, programmed to take less than a month, is Holyhead to Oxford – just under 280 miles.