Licensee to Walk 207 Miles to Raise Money for Cure Leukaemia
On Thursday 29th March one our licensees, Finlay Crowe, will be walking 207 miles from Seaford to Wolverhampton to raise funds and awareness for Cure Leukaemia in support of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Clubs goalkeeper Carl Ikeme who was diagnosed with acute leukaemia in 2017.
Finlay, an avid Wolves supporter from Seaford, will be starting his journey from the seaside town in East Sussex on Thursday 29th March and will walk 30-40 miles each day accompanied by the Wolves club’s flag which he will be flying, in Finlay’s words “Loudly and proudly”. Finlay plans to arrive at the gates to the Molineux stadium in Wolverhampton on Tuesday 3rd April, just in time for the home game against Hull City.
We had the opportunity to speak with Finlay (pictured here with Ruben Neves) earlier today and this is what he had to say “Motivated by all of my fellow Wolves fans and the fantastic work already done for cure leukaemia in aid of Carl Ikeme, our number 1. I have decided to take on a challenge myself, as not living in or close to the city it is hard for me to get involved with everything the club have done, as well as Steve Plant & co who I think deserves a very special mention for the time, effort and money already raised as well as every other fans charity work they have done in support of Carl!”
You can support Finlay on his mission to raise money for this worthwhile cause via the link to his Just Giving page below. Even just £1 will help to make a difference.
And if you happen to see Finlay on his journey, make sure you give him a wave.