To mark our 75th anniversary, we’re asking you to take on your own 75 miles challenge to help support members of the fire services community in need. The distance is set, but how you get there is completely up to you.

Ronnie Stewart works for Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service in the Children and Young People team, educating children on what to do and what not to do when dealing with a fire.

In between his full-time role, Ronnie is taking on our #My75Miles challenge by walking 75 miles in full firefighter kit and breathing apparatus.

Ronnie’s 75 Miles Page
Over the next few weeks, his friends and colleagues will join him for the first 65 miles and he will complete his final 10 miles in London, concluding his challenge at the National Firefighters Memorial near St Paul’s Cathedral.

In this short video, Ronnie discusses why he decided to take on the Charity’s #My75Miles challenge:

If you’re taking part in the #My75Miles challenge, please let us know:

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