Callum Fairhurst will ride a tuk tuk around the EU, doing good deeds in each country
It's the next challenge for the young adventurer who last year cycled around the world, raising more than £22,000 for the Liam Fairhurst Foundation.
Callum Fairhurst, 20, from Soham, will spend his summer doing a good deed in every country of the EU.
This is the latest challenge for the interpid young man, who is a student at the University of East Anglia, who cycled around the world last year, raising more than £22,000.
It’s all in the name of his brother, Liam Fairhurst, who who died of cancer in 2009 when he was 14 years old.
The Liam Fairhurst Foundation has raised millions of pounds and supported dozens of families through difficult times.
Callum said: “, I will be travelling across all 28 EU countries this summer in a Indian Tuk Tuk. En route I aim to complete a random act of kindness in each country - that could be spending time with a charity, supporting their work, right through to giving out free lifts in the Tuk Tuk. The entire journey will be filmed, hoping to discover more about the countries within the EU. I am also encouraging people to join me on part of the journey.”
To read more about Callum’s challenege, or offer to lend a hand, visit his Facebook.
You can get more information or donate to the Liam Fairhurst Foundation online.