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Friday, November 18, 2011

Ordinary Londoners - No 22 In the series



Danny Bent, ordinary Londoner. Yesterday, I told you how he is now trying to raise £1,000,000 for charity. Today, A bit of his background.

He's a teacher, who decided to volunteer to teach in India. He told his class he was going and one child asked how he was going to get there; he remembered teaching them about the need to choose "Green" options, and heard himself say he was going to cycle there. Which he then did, raising pots of money for Action Aid along the way. I came across his story in his book "You've gone too far this time, sir", which is an incredibly inspiring read.

As I've said before, there is no such thing as an ordinary Londoner, everyone has a story, everyone is special and you set your mind to something it is astonishing what you can achieve. If reading his book makes you think, I'd like to do something different, then why not be inspired and join him?

The ordinary Londoner series is here.

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Comments on "Ordinary Londoners - No 22 In the series"

 

Blogger PerthDailyPhoto said ... (03:52) : 

What a legend and such a good example of what can be achieved.

 

Blogger Paul @ Leeds DP said ... (09:52) : 

Great to see Danny has Yorkshire Tea on his website! You so right, there is no such person as ordinary and Danny proves it.

 

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