According to researchers, one of the most stressful things we can do in our lives is move house, and Jamie did just that whilst keeping the team together and raising money for the Pilgrims Hospice.

With all the hardwork that comes with a house move, Jamie and his girlfriend Abbie decided that they should take a break and go for a walk to cover the first 7 miles of his 8 mile relay leg.  With 1 mile still to cover, Jamie strapped on his running shoes and ran another 3 miles to ensure he had the distance well and truly covered.

Jamie is a prime example of the Clague camaraderie, pulling together to get the job done, even when the stresses of work and life are on us.  We wish Jamie and Abbie the best of luck with lots of love and laughter as they begin their new journey in their new home.


Please don’t let Jamie’s efforts go to waste, he certainly hasn’t forgotten those in need, even when the stresses of life are upon him, therefore I call on your generosity and ask for your donations in support of the Pilgrims Hospice.  Donations can be made on the following link

Jamie’s commitment to the cause, whilst making a big change in his life, reminds us that we are all still moving forward regardless of the madness that currently surrounds us and that ‘The great thing in the world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving’


With Jamie and Abbie safely in their new home, please come back to see how Architect, Josh Neal has recovered from his kidney donation, as he makes his way back to Canterbury.

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