Charity trek challenge

PUBLISHED: 15:49 07 August 2008 | UPDATED: 09:26 10 June 2010

THURSDAY, AUGUST 7: A BUDLEIGH Salterton family has scaled some of Europe's highest mountains to raise funds for stroke victims. Fiona Gracie, aged 35, her husband Duncan, his mother Alison Rumble, her partner David Beagley, his daughter Tania and her fiance Bert followed i

A BUDLEIGH Salterton family has scaled some of Europe's highest mountains to raise funds for stroke victims.Fiona Gracie, aged 35, her husband Duncan, his mother Alison Rumble, her partner David Beagley, his daughter Tania and her fiance Bert followed in the footsteps of Second World War escapees in a 50 mile, four-day hike.The family retraced the mountainous escape route known as the Freedom Train, which began in the central Pyrannees, continued into northern Spain and reached a height of 2,300 metres.The money raised from the challenge will be donated to the Stroke Association.

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