Tony plans Santiago trek to help children of Nepal

Tony Pilling

SENIOR carer Tony Pilling is setting out to tackle the Camino de Santiago from Portugal next month in a bid to help children in Nepal.

Tony, who works in a children’s home, wants to support orphans and children in care through his two-week trek to to the iconic Spanish destination and is now looking for sponsors.

His goal is to raise £2,500 to travel to Nepal and work with children in Kathmandu.

Tony, who lives in Swindon, also plans a 500-mile cycle ride and to kayak 120-miles from London to Wiltshire this year helped by Swindon’s George Webb Fitness Training.

“If you can make a small donation and share this with your friends it would be a great help,” he says.

Donations can be made at

Tony Pilling in training



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