Rome To Home


On Friday 25th August 2017, I set off on a 1250 mile solo & self-supported running adventure from Rome to London, all as a platform to share my story & keep men alive by talking.

The adventure was called Rome To Home, took 65 days and raised over £17,000 for charity.

I finished the adventure on Saturday 28th October 2017 at the London Eye. It was a defining moment in my life for so many positive reasons. It was truly life-changing.

You can watch the Rome To Home highlights here.

The Charities

I raised over £15,000 for CALM (The Campaign Against Living Miserably) and £2000 for Snow-Camp when I crossed the Alps – two charities extremely close to my heart.

You can still donate towards my fundraising for CALM or donate towards my fundraising for Snow-Camp. Every pound really does make a difference.

The Route

Starting at The Colosseum, my route took me to the Vatican City then up through Tuscany towards the west coast of Italy. I then crossed the spine of Italy before heading north to the Great St Bernard Pass in the Aosta Valley. Throughout Italy I followed the stunning and world-famous Via Francigena pilgrimage path.

Once in Switzerland, I dropped down to Martigny then Montreux on Lake Geneva before crossing in to France and heading north to Paris, crossing the channel from Dieppe to Newhaven.

‘The Home Leg’ took me over the South Downs towards Eastbourne (where I grew up) before winding up through East Sussex and Kent (via Hailsham, East Hoathly, Tunbridge Wells and Bromley) ahead of the final blast from Greenwich Park along the Thames to finish at the iconic London Eye.

The Mileage

I ran 1250 miles in 65 days, averaging 20 miles a day. I ran distances of between 15 – 50 miles. I had 5 rest days in total.

The Planning

The adventure took 1 year to plan with 9 months of solid training – increasing the weight in my backpack, being comfortable with long solo distances, ensuring I had the best equipment possible and taking on the adventure at a suitable time not just for me but for my closest family & friends also.

Supporters & Partners

I was extremely fortunate to have the support from many wonderful partners including Salomon, GoPro, Power Traveller, Saxx Underwear, Aquaquest Waterproof, Original Mountain Marathon, The Next Challenge, The Yes Tribe, Project Awesome, Everyday Hero UK, Zero Six Zero, EtchRock,1000 mile socks & Stance.


I was honored to receive a number of fantastic media opportunities linked to the adventure.

I was also extremely fortunate to have the support of Mieke Voets – creator of Powered By Me – for playing a huge part in promoting  & filtering media opportunities whilst the adventure was live.

I must also thank the team at CALM for their media support behind the scenes.

My Sincere Thanks

The adventure simply wouldn’t have been possible without the love & support of so many incredible individuals who rallied around me, supported me when I needed it and made me laugh when I needed a lift. If you’re reading these words I want you to know how much I appreciate you, your support & your kindness and for joining me throughout this crazy little adventure.

Enjoy The Site

If you arrived here using, great job. It’s nice to know the legacy lives on. You’ll have noticed though that this isn’t just the home of the adventure (by far my proudest project to date) but also the home of who I am and what I do.

Here’s my welcome page if this is your first time here, or why not skip straight to my blog or just take a look around. If you’re in to social media, you can follow me on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter or Instagram.

Contact Me

For any questions or enquiries relating to Rome To Home or otherwise, please feel very welcome to email me at I’d love to hear from you.

Enjoy the site x