Category Archives: PTSD

Cycle to Syracuse film on Borders Tv. Thank you all for your support.

Thank you to Borders TV The full story of ‘Cycle to Syracuse’ – a charity bike ride by five Lockerbie residents to the New York university which lost 35 students when Pan Am flight 103 was bombed over Scotland in … Continue reading

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Looking back on the 30 Anniversary of Lockerbie the Cycle to Syracuse “Look Back

Looking back on the 30 Anniversary of Lockerbie the Cycle to Syracuse Lockerbie “Look Back Act Forward” These are my thoughts after my Cycle to Syracuse University in the USA 30 years after the Lockerbie tragedy. This cycle was in memory of the … Continue reading

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Busy day in London for a live tv on the ”Lorraine Show “about Lockerbie . Then home to Scotland. Thanks to all for the support and love.

An early start from Henley with a car picking me up at 0600 for the live Lorraine Show at 0830 in London. I tried to be as quiet as possible to sneak out the house to save waking the girls. … Continue reading

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Early start for the North West and a different day rock climbing at Reiff on the coast.

My mate Al who works off shore had fancied a day on the hill he had not climbed Stac Pollaidh not far from Ullapool. It is a lovely wee hill with stunning rock formations and never ending views of these … Continue reading

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2018 May visit to Beinn Eighe the Lancaster crash site.

  This is a piece I wrote about our trip in May to Torridon. I nearly never went as I was double booked as I was helping a group for charity the day before on Ben Nevis. It was a … Continue reading

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Looking back to Syracuse Lockerbie and the future.

This time last week I was being taken to hospital in America and diagnosed with acute bronchitis that could have turned into pneumonia. I was mlooked after and got some penicillin and steroids allowing me to make the journey home. … Continue reading

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Home at last from Cycle to Syracuse.

It’s been some journey but what a incredible thing to do and be part of at last I am home. I am as many know an used to tragedy and spend time with relatives over the years. I knew this … Continue reading

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