St Neots woman to walk more than 800 miles for CPSL Mind

Tracy Honeyman 

Tracy Honeyman is completing a 874 mile walk for CPSL Mind - Credit: Tracy Honeyman 

A woman from St Neots is walking more than 800 miles to raise money for a mental health charity. 

Tracy Honeywell, 58, from Eynesbury in St Neots is aiming to walk 874 miles to raise money for Mental Health Charity, CPSL Mind. 

The walk equivalates from Lands' End in the south coast of England to John o' Groats at the top of Scotland.   

Tracy shared her inspiration behind the walk, she said: “I started my challenge on September 13 and walk everyday, I walk about 20 miles a day and I work full time, I work it around my work.  

"I have heard that many people have suffered with their mental health during the Covid-19 pandemic and I wanted to support CPSL Mind and the wonderful work they do. 


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“I am aiming to raise £500 for Mind, so far I have raised £180 and have a Facebook donation page set up.  

“We will also be holding a raffle and will be selling raffle tickets over the next eight weeks and you can buy tickets from The Hyde Park pub in St Neots."

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The raffle will be held on November 6 at The Hyde Park and many St Neots businesses have been generous and supported it.

The businesses include M&S, Saints Hairdressers, B&Q, One Leisure, Tesco Barford Road, Buffalos, Dave Pike, One Stop Eynesbury St Neots, All Aboard Boating, Sweet Paradise and Posy Bowl Florist.

Tracy keeps a record of how many miles she walks and is aiming to reach the finish line on November 6 at The Hyde Park.  

A representative from CPSL Mind Catherine Keating will also be at the virtual finish line.

Catherine said: "We are so grateful to Tracy for raising awareness, money to support our services and for encouraging others to get active.

"We are looking forward to hearing about Tracy’s Lands’ End to John o' Groats endeavour.

"As we recover from several lockdowns and the Covid-19 pandemic, people are still struggling with their mental wellbeing in many different ways.

"CPSL Mind is here to help people locally to overcome a wide range of difficulties.”

To donate to Tracy’s page visit: www.facebook.com/donate/527818671776804 

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