A Bradford man will try to canoe the length of the River Aire and drink its water along the way to keep him going.

Robin Naylor is raising money for the Aquabox Trust, a charity that sends Aquaboxes to disaster zones to ensure people have clean water to drink,
The 61 year old of Thornton will be tackling about 20 miles a day over 5 days in September and is raising money to pay for as many Aquaboxes as possible.
He will start at Malham Tarn near Skipton and travel to the Humber Bridge in East Yorkshire.
Mr Naylor, who has been been canoeing for about 40 years said;

CANOEIST WILL PADDLE LENGTH OF RIVER AIRE…… AND DRINK ITS WATER pages:

Related Pages: