Being a lifelong Proclaimers fan a chance to meet Craig and Charlie had me in a spin!
Sean Allerton from RAF Church Fenton is wheelchair bound after he was paralysed when serving with the RAF. Sean decided to set himself a challenge to wheel 500 miles.
So who better than The Proclaimers to set him off and most importantly see him home!
This former gunner wheeled for 6 charities that had helped him with his life changing accident.
Craig and Charlie were there to set him off on his way, sadly the weather was a little different on the way back! I went along with a friend who I begged an invite from. Thanks Ron.
Meeting Charlie on the walk was great fun. We discussed their gig at the Grassington Music Festival I went to see a few years back. Also the fact The Proclaimers are going back to America and doing a tour.
To sponsor Sean visit http://www.push500.com as he is now doing 500 more – Just as The Proclaimers sing!
But in the bitter cold of the airfield and the sleet and rain I kept thinking I need a hot toddy to warm me up!
And if I could of I would have given one to Sean and The Proclaimer lads.
So a Wild Cooks hot toddy with a difference
One vital ingredient is Honey and being a Yorkshire food fan it made perfect sense to use Yorkshire Honey- this is the ingredient that inspired the name of the latest resident in the Moon household please meet Honey!
Yes I have a hound! A King Charles Cavalier and she is 10 wks old.
I hope you try this simple hot toddy with a difference and enjoy!
“I’m on ma way” as the boys would sing…
Lets hope it is “Sunshine on Leeds” soon a Yorkshire twist to a classic song from the guys.