Codename “Agent Paulo” completed a 333 mile walking challenge in July
Raising funds for ABF, the Soldiers’ Charity – The Army’s National Charity – Operations Supervisor, Paul Horabin embarked on Operation Bletchley at the beginning of the month. The immersive experience, set during World War II, involved playing the role of a secret agent, covertly landing in occupied France to await further instructions and complete missions.
In reality, Paul completed much of the walk along the scenic footpaths of North Devon, but maintained his character and a selection of clever disguises!
The total raised so far is £575 (Nearly £700 with Giftaid)
ABF The Soldiers’ Charity
ABF The Soldiers’ Charity is the Army’s national charity, here for soldiers, former soldiers and their families for life.
They are one of the largest funders in the sector, supporting 60,000 people in 63 countries last year. They award grants to individuals and families, and provide essential funding to leading charities and organisations that support the Army family. When they hear of a person or family in need, they aim to respond within 48 hours.