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Pam Raises Awareness on the London Loop Walk

End of the london Loop walkThe last day was tough as my calf was very sore right from the start. The first half of the day was through countryside, with a mixture of farming and woodland. The last awareness at Tesco's in Rainham was very busy with shoppers, and Patsy and I managed to give out leaflets and speak to some of them, one of whom took a leaflet and then returned to say he thought he might actually have fibromyalgia.

The latter half was along the side of the Thames, thankfully very flat with a cooling breeze.  Looking across the water I could make out the landmarks of the first day's journey on the opposite bank and there in the distance again was the Dartford Bridge.

I was very relieved to arrive at Purfleet Station which marks the end of the London Loop.

There are parts of the walk that I would want to visit again and spend more time looking around and others that I felt were only included to join up the sections, but overall this was a worthwhile expedition.  I feel my fitness level has improved, so a personal bonus there.  More importantly more people are aware of fibromyalgia and more information is available in the areas I walked through.

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