This man is looking for food, somewhere to charge his phone and a Doncaster garden to sleep in

A Scot who is taking on a massive challenge in the name of charity is coming to Doncaster.

Monday, 8th March 2021, 3:33 pm

Peter Henshaw, aged 38, is planning to walk nearly 900 miles from his home in Edinburgh to London and back again in August this year – when he will have turned 39.

He is doing this to raise awareness of homelessness and raise funds for Shelter and Shelter Scotland.

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Charity walker Peter Henshaw

Peter said: “During my walk I will be sleeping out, however if anyone can offer me their back garden then this would be hugely appreciated.

“Futhermore, I will be relying on the public to provide food and somewhere to charge my mobile phone.”

To help email [email protected] or search Walking to Freedom on Facebook which contains a travel blog of walks across the world.

*Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support, and legal services.

Peter will walk almost 900 miles

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Peter Henshaw is raising money for Shelter