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UPDATE: 03/12/2014

Dove Trust - update for charitygiving website on distribution

We apologise that carrying out the detailed checks and calculations under the High Court Order has taken longer than initially anticipated and we appreciate the patience charities and good causes have shown throughout this process.

Instructions have already been given to pay approximately £175,000 to approximately 300 charities and good causes. The second batch of of payments to a further 570 (totalling £236,000) charities and good causes will be finalised this week.

Which charities and good causes will be paid, and how much will they get?

We have approximately £700,000 available to distribute to charities and good causes at this stage. This compares with approximately £2million owed by The Dove Trust to nominated charities and good causes. Under the process set out in the High Courtís Order, this means that charities and good causes will receive 35.7 pence in every pound due to them.

However, we should make clear that not every charity and good cause will receive a payment. In accordance with the High Court Order, we shall not make any distribution to any charity or good cause where the costs associated with so doing are equal to or greater than the amount which would be distributed. What this means is we will not make bank transfers of less than £5.00, or cheque payments of less than £15.00 (the costs involved with issuing cheques are higher than bank payments). We will not therefore be making payments in this distribution to charities and good causes who would receive less than these amounts.

What checks have we carried out?

As required by the High Court Order, we have completed checks in respect of donors and fundraising pages where we were not aware of the intended nominated charity(ies). The key remaining check we are carrying out is to confirm the bank details for charities and good causes owed £1,000 or more. Emails and letters have been issued to charities and good causes owed £1,000 or more to verify their bank account details. We have used this information to cross check against the records of the Dove Trust. If you receive this correspondence, please ensure that you send your details to as soon as possible to avoid any further delay. Postal responses should be addressed to Pesh Framjee, Dove Trust Interim Manager, Crowe Clark Whitehill, St Bride's House, 10 Salisbury Square, London EC4Y 8EH. If you feel that you should have been contacted, but have not been, please contact the Interim Manager.

How will the distribution take place?

CAF Bank Limited have kindly agreed to assist with the distribution process and we have instructed them to start the distribution process . It is envisaged that the payment of the bank transfers will take at least a further two weeks before funds are received in recipient accounts.

UPDATE: 07/08/2014

Following on from the judgement (see update below dated 23 July 2014) the Order of the Court concerning the practicalities of distributions has been received. A copy of the Court Order can be found here:

Sealed Court Order

This means the Interim Manager can now complete the final checks and calculations required to distribute the available funds.

Checks and calculations

The Court has ordered that the Interim Manager shall distribute available funds to the charities and good causes (Beneficiaries) on a pari passu basis. This means that charities and good causes are to be paid out in proportion to the amount they are owed. The court has also ordered that in making such distributions, the Interim Manager shall:

  1. not make any distribution to any Beneficiary where the costs associated with so doing are equal to or greater than the amount which would be distributed to that Beneficiary;

  2. be permitted to leave out of account the claims which might be made by any Beneficiary which (i) cannot within a reasonable period be identified or (ii) appears to the Interim Manager to have ceased its activity.

Beneficiary not yet nominated

There are a number of donations which have been received where no charity or good cause appears to have been nominated. The Interim Manager is writing to donors and fundraising page creators where the Dove Trust's records do not show who is the intended recipient of the donation.

These donors and page creators have been requested to contact the Interim Manager at, or by post, to nominate a UK registered charity in order that the appropriate distribution(s) can be made in due course. As explained in the Court Order the donors / page creators have 42 days from 6 August 2014 (the date of the Interim Manager's letter) to nominate a recipient.

Postal responses should be addressed to:

Pesh Framjee
Dove Trust Interim Manager
Crowe Clark Whitehill
St Bride's House
10 Salisbury Square
London EC4Y 8EH

In the event that a nomination is not made within this period, the Court has ordered that the donation will instead be used to increase the distributions to other nominated Beneficiaries.

Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) have kindly agreed to assist with the distribution process. Where a donor has not yet decided on which charity to nominate it is possible to nominate an account with CAF to receive funds.

The letters were sent out on 6 August 2014 using the last known contact details. If you believe that you should have received a letter asking you to nominate a charity but have not received one please contact the Interim Manager.

Please note that not every donor and page creator will receive a letter. Letters have only being sent out where the Dove Trust's systems show that the Beneficiary has not yet been nominated.

The Interim Manager is not writing to all charities and good causes at this stage. Charities and good causes have already been contacted (in August 2013) to validate the amounts owed.

Next steps

The Interim Manager will also be contacting Beneficiaries where the Dove Trusts' available records do not hold sufficient information for payments to be made.

We appreciate the patience charities and good causes have shown throughout this process.

The amount each Beneficiary will receive depends on the outcome of the checks and calculations, including dealing with cases where no recipient has been nominated This means the Interim Manager needs to wait for the end of the 42-day period ordered by the Court before being able to calculate the amounts available to distribute to nominated Beneficiaries.

The Interim Manager will be working to complete other checks and calculations during this period, and is therefore hopeful that the first distributions will be made in late September or early October to beneficiaries where all the necessary information is available.

The Interim Manager will be in touch with Beneficiaries when the distributions are ready to be made.

UPDATE: 23/07/2014

Outcome of the hearing

Following the hearing of the application of the Charity Commission on 3 July 2014, judgment was handed down by the High Court on 22 July 2014. A copy of the judgment can be found here:

Final Judgment of Mr Justice Henderson

In this update, we explain the issues decided by the judgment. A further order will be made shortly that gives further details of the distribution. When it is available, we will publish a further update.

The court was asked to decide on the following issues in relation to the Dove Trust:

  1. Did the arrangements under which was operated give rise to a trust or trusts and, if so, of what nature?

    After hearing the arguments of the Charity Commission, the Interim Manager and one of the former trustees, the Judge ruled that donations were received and thereafter held by the trustees of the Dove Trust on a global sub-trust of the charitable trust. Each person who made a donation through the website was a separate donor to the sub-trust. The terms of the sub-trust were that the trustees would, as soon as reasonably practicable, ensure that the funds donated were paid to the charity or good cause nominated by each donor.

    One of the former trustees argued that the donations were made for the general purposes of the Dove Trust and that the Trustees considered themselves entitled to apply the money at their discretion to any charity or charitable purpose within the Dove Trust's very wide objects. The Judge dismissed this argument, as he considered this was wholly contrary to the way in which the scheme was presented to intending donors.

  2. Did the arrangements give rise to a contract between the donor and the Dove Trust and, if so, what were its terms?

    The Judge ruled that donations also gave rise to contractual obligations owed by the trustees to each donor to pay a sum equal to the amount of the relevant donation to the chosen charity or good cause within a reasonable period of time.

    These contracts could also be enforced by the nominated charities or good causes against the trustees using section 1 of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.

  3. How should the remaining funds in the Dove Trust be distributed among the recipients nominated by the donors?

    The Judge ruled that the funds should be distributed using the "pari passu" approach, meaning that charities and good causes are paid out in proportion to the amount they are owed, without any distinction in treatment between those who contributed before the appointment of the Interim Manager and those who contributed afterwards.

    The Court concluded that this was the fairest solution, because it treated all the unpaid recipients as participants in a common misfortune brought about by the way in which the donation scheme was managed by the Trustees.

    The other option considered in detail by the court was the "two pool" approach, which would have divided the available funds into two distinct pools, based on whether the donations were received by the Dove Trust before or after the last set of payments made by the trustees in early June 2013. Within each pool, the pari passu approach would be applied. This approach was based on the fact that no material payments were made from the Dove Trust to beneficiaries after the appointment of the Interim Manager on 6 June 2013. Accordingly, monies received after that date have been unaffected and were not tainted by the approach used by the Trustees and were not subject to any dissipation.

    The Judge explained that despite the initial attraction of the two pool approach, it should be rejected in favour of a single pari passu distribution of the entire fund. The key point being that the Website operated in precisely the same way, so far as donors were concerned, both before and after the last payment run in early June 2013. There was nothing to alert them to the fact that the Commission appointed an interim manager around this time, and the reasonable expectations of a donor who made a gift after the last payment run would have been the same as those of a donor who made a similar gift before it. The situation remained essentially unchanged, from the perspective of donors, until the Website was closed down on 12 July 2013.

What happens next?

Based on the judgement, the Charity Commission asked for further directions from the court concerning the practicalities of distributions to beneficiaries. These were discussed with the Judge on 22 July 2014, and will be recorded in an Order of the Court. Once we have received a final copy of the Order we will upload this to the website and explain the next steps in some detail.

The Order will address the further checks and calculations that the Interim Manager will carry out to confirm how much each of the beneficiaries will receive under the "pari passu" approach.

Communication by letter or email will be issued to charities and good causes where further checks are required. In the meantime, if you should have any queries about the judgment, the order, or outcome please email We anticipate that the volume of correspondence after this judgment will be significant, so please bear with us whilst we take the steps required to ensure a distribution is carried out as soon as reasonably practicable.

UPDATE: 04/07/2014

The directions hearing was held on Thursday 3 July 2014 as planned. The Court heard submissions from lawyers representing the Charity Commission, the Interim Manager and Keith Colman a past trustee of the Dove Trust. The Court recognised that the matters are complex and that its judgment would need to take into account a number of factors.

The Court will decide the basis on which the funds are held and give directions on how the distribution of available funds should be made. These directions are expected in due course and further updates will be provided when they arrive.

UPDATE: 03/04/2014 - Directions hearing update and opportunity to file evidence for court hearing

The High Court has ruled that charities and good causes owed money by the online giving website CharityGiving, run by the Dove Trust, will be able to have their say as part of a court case to decide how available funds should be distributed.

A directions hearing took place in March to fix a date for the court hearing to decide on the most appropriate method for distribution to take place and to set out the steps leading up to that hearing.

Opportunity to file evidence

At the directions hearing in March, the Court confirmed that any person - including charities and good causes - that wishes to file and serve evidence has until 4pm on 23 April to do so. Evidence should be sent to the Charity Commission, which will present it to court.

Anyone wishing to be heard at court has until 4pm on 1 May to make an application to be joined to the proceedings. This application should made using Court Form N244, which should be filed with the court and served on the parties to the proceedings.

If you would like to provide evidence in relation to CharityGiving and the distribution of funds, you need to send your evidence by 4pm on 23 April to:

The Charity Commission
PO Box 1227, Liverpool
L69 3UG

Alternatively you can email your evidence with the subject line "Dove Trust Evidence" to

The Charity Commission has also published a press release regarding this development on their website

The CharityGiving site was suspended in July 2013 by the Interim Manager as part of a Charity Commission investigation into the Dove Trust. The regulator is investigating serious concerns about the charity's governance and management. That investigation is ongoing.

In December, the Commission announced that the Interim Manager has concluded that there is, at present, around £500,000 available for an initial distribution to over 1,800 charities and good causes owed money by the Dove Trust. The Commission has been advised that, given the complexity of the charity and trust law issues involved, the court must decide on the fairest and most equitable approach to distributing currently available funds.

Copy of the Court Order

Copy of Claim Form

UPDATE: 03/03/2014

In January 2014 we advised that following the submission of a proposal for the distribution of Dove Trust funds by the Interim Manager, the Charity Commission made an application to court pursuant to s. 78 of the Charities Act 2011.

A process is underway to obtain a decision from the court as to how we must share out the money held by the Dove Trust to the charities and good causes to whom it is owed. As part of this process, a 'directions' hearing has been scheduled for 20 March 2014. Please note that this is not a hearing where evidence will be considered in depth or any decision as to payment out will be made by the court. It is a simply a hearing where the court ascertains how much time needs to be set aside for the subsequent hearing, when the evidence will be considered. It will also decide when the final hearing will take place. We will let you know the date of that final hearing once this has been scheduled.

For more information on why the Charity Commission made the application, see this press release on the Charity Commission website.

We will update with more information as it becomes available. The continued patience of the charities and good causes awaiting a distribution is greatly appreciated.

UPDATE: 06/01/2014

In November 2013, the Interim Manager provided a detailed report to the Charity Commission making a proposal for the distribution of funds held by him by virtue of his position as Interim Manager of the Dove Trust (the "Proposal").

The Charity Commission carefully considered the Proposal, together with external counsel. It came to the conclusion that an application needed to be made to the Court pursuant to s. 78 of the Charities Act 2011. That application was made to the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice on 23 December 2013 (the "Application"). It is hoped that the Court will be able to give directions in January 2014 leading to the substantive resolution of the Application in early 2014.

The Charity Commission is inviting the Court to direct that (amongst other things):

  1. The final hearing of the Application be expedited.
  2. Details relating to the Application be posted on the website.
  3. Any charity or good cause who wishes to file evidence in connection with the Application may do so (albeit within a fairly short period of directions being given, in order that the Application can be resolved as soon as practicable).

The Interim Manager assisted the Charity Commission in preparing the Application and will file evidence in due course to assist the Court.

Further information about the options for distribution and the process is provided in a press release on the Charity Commission's web site (See Charity Commission press release)

The Interim Manager will provide a further update as soon as a directions hearing has been listed. The continued patience of charities and good causes is much appreciated.

UPDATE: 23/09/2013

Over August, the Dove Trust Interim Manager wrote to beneficiary charities and good causes as part of the work to reconcile the Dove Trust's accounts held in its donation management system.As this work is finished, we have closed the Dove Trust's offices. This reconciliation work is now complete - our thanks to the hundreds of charities that responded to our request for information. We are now comfortable with relying on the amounts showing on the Dove Trust's systems, and will soon be ready to proceed to the next step in the process.

We have identified over 4235 fundraising pages which are donating funds to 1810 charities and good causes. The next step is preparing for an interim distribution of funds to these charities and good causes, using the available cash assets of the Dove Trust. As part of this, we will be verifying each charity/good cause and its bank account details.

We will be providing another update soon, advising of timeframes and procedures for the interim distribution of funds. Thank you for your continued patience. We are aware that many charities are facing difficulties and we are working to make the interim distribution as quickly as possible.

UPDATE: 19/08/2013

The reconciliation of the Dove Trust/Charity Giving's accounts is now well underway to establish if there are any significant discrepancies between the money the charities are expecting to receive and what is showing on the Dove Trust's records. Over the past two weeks we have written to over 1800 charities and good causes, identified in the Dove Trust's records as intended beneficiaries, sending statements of their accounts, and are working with them to reconcile the accounts where discrepancies are brought to our attention.

The Dove Trust did not have an automatic system in place to undertake the reconciliation process, so it has taken longer than expected to manually identify appropriate contacts and match up fundraising statements in order to write to all beneficiary charities and good causes. Taking this into account, we extended the time for charities to notify us about discrepancies in their account to 19 August, with the possibility of further extension depending on the volume of responses received.

UPDATE: 26/07/2013

Thank you to the many donors, fundraisers and charities for bearing with us as we have been progressing our review of the Dove Trust's systems which contain the record of donations that have been received and amounts raised for charities and good causes.

We are close to completing our initial enquiries. The next step is to make an interim distribution of funds. Before we start this, we need to get assurance that the Dove Trust's records can be relied on to provide the correct information.

Fundraisers and page creators

If you have created a fundraising page with Charity Giving, please review your page. If it is not showing the correct balance please email our team at

If you know that you have had more money donated than what is showing on your page, this is a discrepancy, and you should report it to our team. If there is no discrepancy you don't need to contact us.

We are contacting charities separately to discuss their accounts and the amounts they have received from Charity Giving.

To enable us to look into any discrepancies you must state the address of your web page in the email to along with a list of what you believe the discrepancies to be. Please respond by Monday 12 August 2013.

Charities and good causes

We are writing to those organisations expecting funds to provide them with statements of their balances and will be asking them to notify us of any discrepancies that they are aware of.


As you will appreciate we need to manage the process of who we are working directly with. We are expecting any discrepancies to be notified to us by the fundraisers/ page creators and organisations that are expecting funds. If you have believe that your donation has not been correctly recorded then please contact the page creator.

What happens next?

We are still working as a matter of urgency on a solution to reinstate the Charity Giving website with another reputable provider, but unfortunately cannot provide any further information at this stage on this.

We are also not yet in a position to discuss when and how much money the charities and good causes will receive at this point in time. Please note that the team at will be pleased to assist you with queries on your account balance - however, they will not be able to provide you with other information at this point in time whilst they undertake this urgent task.

We will continue to provide updates on the Charity Giving website and by automated response to emails as the matter progresses. Thank you again for your patience.

UPDATE: 18/07/2013

What have we found so far?

The distributable assets held by the Dove Trust are less than the amounts payable to the charities that should be receiving funds. This means that at any one point in time income received for a charity was being used to make payments to another charity which had earlier receipts that could not be met from existing funds. For example, receipts for charity "A" were funding payments made to charity "B" as charity "B's" income had been used to pay charity "C." This is not acceptable and it is therefore important that the amounts owing and available are reconciled before any further payments can be made.

The Interim Manager and his team tried to ascertain the correct financial position of the Dove Trust. This was not helped by the fact that the last accounts filed were for the year ended 5 April 2009. The trustees could not satisfy the Interim Manager or the Commission about the charity's financial position or the extent of the shortfall and the Commission acted to restrict movement on the charity's bank account to prevent payments leaving the accounts without approval from the Commission.

This situation could not be allowed to continue and the Charity Commission extended the powers of the Interim Manager to act to the exclusion of all trustees on 12 July 2013. It was agreed that further funds should not be received to ensure that they were not tainted by the problems of the past. Therefore the web site was suspended and the Dove Trust's banks were instructed not to receive further funds.

What is being done now?

There are two immediate priorities:

1. To ascertain the correct amount owing to the different charities and to consider what assets are available to repay them. The amount of the shortfall has yet to be quantified and there are many accounts to reconcile.

2. To identify and set up proper mechanisms that will enable charities to resume fundraising as soon as possible in a way that ensures that funds raised after the 12 July are ring fenced appropriately. Discussions are in progress with other portal providers to see how funding can be resumed. Some charities and fundraisers are already using multiple providers and have redirected their income to other alternatives.

Monitor and for updates

Please note that given the volume of enquires that we are receiving we are not be able answer requests about specific fund raising pages' balances whilst we continue our enquires

Please bear with us

More FAQs and advice for donors, fundraisers and charities have been published on the Charity Commission website.


We can confirm that the Charity Commission has opened a statutory inquiry into the Dove Trust, who operate the online donations portal Pesh Framjee, Partner at Crowe Clark Whitehill, has been appointed by the Charity Commission as interim manager to take full control of the management of the Dove Trust. We are currently working with the Charity Commission to consider as a matter of urgency the next steps in order to protect existing funds the public has donated, and any future donations. We recognise this will cause concern among the charities and donors using the website.

Please note the facility to create fundraising pages or receive funds has been suspended until further notice. We will issue a press release shortly and add further detail on the website in due course.

The Charity Commission has issued a press release which may be view on the their website at the following link: You may also send enquires to

Please note, we will not be able answer requests about specific fund raising pages balance's whilst we continue our enquires.

We recognise this will cause concern among the charities, fundraisers and donors using the site.

Walking round England for mental health

Walking on the Edge (Sun 9th October 2011 to Thu 31st May 2012)
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Stuart's Personal Message:
Over the winter of 2011-12 I walked 2,600 miles around England. The walk is part of a campaign to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness through:

- Talking about mental health in public.
- Participating in the mental health awareness campaigns of mental health charities.
- Raising money to support the work of mental health charities.

For more information visit or email

Making a donation through CharityGiving is simple, just click on the red Donate Now button.

CharityGiving is operated by The Dove Trust, a charity with almost 30 years' experience of helping individuals, charities and good causes globally, so your giving is safe and secure.

CharityGiving will reclaim gift aid tax on your donation (if you are a UK taxpayer), meaning any donation is worth around 25% more. They also charge less than most other fundraising websites, so more money goes to this great cause!

Thanks again for your support!
Share Page creator: Stuart Jessup
Stuart is raising money for SANE and Anxiety UK:
All donations received will be split equally between SANE and Anxiety UK.

Charity Registration No: 296572/1113403

Donations 193 donations made so far
Display NameDateAmountGift AidMessage
Whittlewomen 20/02/2013£50.00N/ACash donation from the Whittlewomen group. Thank you 
Anon 19/11/2012£200.00£50.00 
Donations from talk at St Andrews Hall, Chesterton 18/10/2012£177.12N/AThank you to everyone at the talk on 18 October 2012 at St Andrews Hall and especially Eleanor Whalley for organising. 
Andrew Gunton 09/10/2012£30.00£7.50Just back from your talk, inspirational all round. Well done Poppy - oh, and Stuart. And of course Kate. 
Abcam Plc 01/10/2012£200.00N/AFrom everyone at Abcam - in thanks to Tarquin, for his fantastic personal safety course, and great generosity! 
Frank Jessup 19/09/2012£30.00N/ADonation from another painting sold.  
Roberta 18/09/2012£5.00£1.25Well done on finishing your walk. Best wishes  
Friends & Neighbours 05/08/2012£193.00N/AMany thanks to all who bought raffle tickets at the welcome home party this afternoon. Your support has been amazing. 
Iain S 05/08/2012£25.00£6.25Well done Stuart - you did the walk quicker than I managed to get round to sponsoring you! 
Cash donations 30/07/2012£40.00N/AFrom Liz & John, and a £10 note Kate found on Cambridge station platform 
Auntie Jo and family 30/07/2012£60.00N/AWell done Stuart, Poppy and Kate! 
Julianne Fernandez 05/07/2012£200.00£50.00Well done Stuart, fantastic achievement! When's the next one ;-)? 
Jakedrum 04/07/2012£10.00£2.50Well done Stuart, Kate and Poppy. Inspirational work all round. Thank you 
Glenn, Nikki & Isobel  03/07/2012£10.00£2.50Well done Stuart. What an achievement... 
Tom, Rhona, Zoe and Ella 03/07/2012£80.00£20.00I am sure Confucius should have said the road to contentment starts with the first step. Well done Stuart for taking so many, on behalf of too many. 
Tana Rupani 23/06/2012£20.00£5.00Dear Stuart, All the best in your venture! I have had people in my life who have been suffering and want to show them all my support and help. 
Brian and Rachel 23/06/2012£260.00£65.00Well done Stuart! 
Henry Ruddock 18/06/2012£25.00£6.25Well done Stuart. You can put your feet up now! 
Kathy Poole 17/06/2012£20.00£5.00Congratulations Stuart and Poppy. What a fantastic achievement! So very well done. 
Amanda 17/06/2012£4.00£1.00Well done ... I hope you reach your target (wish I could afford to donate more) 
Gill & Maurice 17/06/2012£10.00£2.50A brilliant cause - well done! 
Neill J 16/06/2012£20.00£5.00Well done! 
Joe 13/06/2012£50.00£12.50Been in the same boat. Wished I had done a walk as well. Thanks for the inspiration. 
Donna McL 12/06/2012£10.00£2.50Heard about your trip from Bev H.... Congratulations on a splendid effort; and well done for raising so much money for such a worthy cause. 
Liz F 11/06/2012£20.00£5.00Well done! I enjoyed the Ramblings programme. 
Cash donation 11/06/2012£10.00N/AFrom Penny Grainger's friend Elizabeth - Thank you 
Liz Price 10/06/2012£10.00£2.50Well done Stuart and team. Liz 
Helen and …anna 10/06/2012£20.00£5.00Very best of luck Stuart as the end must be in sight now! You can do it! Best wishes, Helen, …anna and Jamie x 
William J Atkin 10/06/2012£100.00£25.00 
Cash donation 07/06/2012£20.00N/AFrom Walton Hall Camping and Caravan Park, with thanks to the wardens and the owner. 
Marina K 06/06/2012£250.00£62.50Good Luck. Great walk for truly important causes. 
Margaret Ruse 03/06/2012£20.00£5.00Best wishes for the end of your walk and congratulations on your achievement. I heard you on  
Paul Nelmes 01/06/2012£25.00£6.25Brilliant effort and good luck  
Diane Rogers 30/05/2012£250.00£62.50Well done Stuart for such a worthwhile walk. Every morning for the past 8 months I have enjoyed reading your facebook report. I wish we could be there for the finish, do enjoy it.  
Rosemary L-W 30/05/2012£25.00N/AA marvelous broadcast on Ramblings, well done to all three of you! 
Frank Jessup 30/05/2012£40.00N/AProceeds from the sale of one of my paintings. Good luck for the final week! 
Ali 28/05/2012£20.00£5.00Just a little bit to add to the pot for such a good cause.  
Nic Morton 27/05/2012£20.00£5.00 
Leanne, Michael and Ziva. 27/05/2012£50.00£12.50Keep going Stuart, and thank you for your inspiration. 
Willrideroundengland 27/05/2012£25.00£6.25Heard the Ramblings interview. Really understood. 2,500 is my magic number for next year on a horse 4 corners via 30 cathedrals 
Cash donation 26/05/2012£20.00N/AFrom Lakeside Campsite, Brightlingsea 
Nick Hearn 26/05/2012£10.00£2.50Well done Stuart! Keep it up. You're not alone. 
Alison Beck 26/05/2012£20.00£5.00Heard the 'Rambling' interview and was very impressed. Well done Stuart and Poppy, and really well done to Kate too. 
Allan H 26/05/2012£10.00£2.50Heard the Ramblings interview. Well done! 
ali fox 25/05/2012£5.00£1.25Good luck and keep up the good work! 
Luce Wignarajah 25/05/2012£10.00£2.50Well done Stuart. I am inspired to walk this weekend. 
Penny Izienicki 25/05/2012£25.00£6.25What an inspirational thing to do. I came across you on Ramblings and nearly drove off the road. Good luck with the rest of your walk Stuart. 
Andy Stott 24/05/2012£10.00£2.50Just been there a little bit. On behalf of me and the family that supports me. 
Kaine 24/05/2012£5.00£1.25Sounds brilliant. Wish I was there with you instead of stuck in the office. 
Kim Smith 24/05/2012£10.00N/A 
The Old Pottery, Wrangle 22/05/2012£25.00N/AThank You to friends of the Old Pottery, Rob & Jean for their generous donation received at the weekend. 
David and Anne 21/05/2012£50.00£12.50Well done Stuart and Poppy. We looked at a map and it's all down hill to the finish!! 
Clare Downie 20/05/2012£50.00£12.50Looking forward to listening to you both on Ramblings - Radio 4 24th 3pm 
Cash donation 19/05/2012£19.00N/AFrom the staff at the Golden Key pub in Snape. Thank you! 
Chris Ashford 14/05/2012£50.00£12.50Great walking with you at the weekend. Keep it up! 
The Old Pottery Tearoom 13/05/2012£10.00N/AThank You to customers at the Old Pottery for donations received yesterday, including Mrs J. Albion-Smith 
Cash donation 13/05/2012£50.00N/AFrom CCSS folk at Ros George's weekend in Sheringham - thank you. 
Rotary Club of Lyme Regis 10/05/2012£100.00N/AWell done Stuart - nearly there! 
Tim and Liz Stevenson 08/05/2012£20.00£5.00Well done both of you.We were proud to walk with you on Monday! 
Frank Jessup 08/05/2012£40.00N/AProceeds from a sale of a painting in aid of the walk. 
Allison & David 05/05/2012£50.00N/AWhat a feat - or should that be what a pair of feet!! All the best Stuart for the remainder of your epic walk. Following your progress with great interest from Down Under. 
Craig McCormick  05/05/2012£40.00£10.00 
Paul Sills 04/05/2012£15.00£3.75Well done for the miles under the belt. Keep spreading the word. 
Cash donations 04/05/2012£20.00N/ADonations from talk at the Market House, Long Sutton. Thank you. 
Rachel Temple 01/05/2012£10.00£2.50A massive well done Stuart and Kate for supporting such a worthy cause. Really inspiring! 
Cash donations 29/04/2012£340.00N/ADonations from the Charity Evening on 28 April at the Old Pottery Tearoom. (Another £60 was paid directly to the charities) 
Cash donation 29/04/2012£5.00N/AFrom couple on Skegness seafront with their Jack Russell, Ruby. 
Cash Donation @ TOP 24/04/2012£5.00N/AThank You Tim & Caroline, from York, who gave a cash donation whilst visiting the Old Pottery Wrangle 
Lorraine 24/04/2012£10.00£2.50Well done Stuart! 
James Mitchell - JCI Cambridge 20/04/2012£10.00£2.50Amazing stuff! Brilliant cause! 
Christine Willis 20/04/2012£10.00£2.50 
Daisy  19/04/2012£10.00£2.50Well done Stuart. You are truly an inspiration to others fighting such a difficult and often misunderstood problem.  
John Rayment 18/04/2012£10.00£2.50Well done Stuart. nearly there, physically, mentally and spiritually. 
Joyce Savage 18/04/2012£20.00£5.00Well done Stuart - a great effort. Hope you manage to raise awareness. x 
Cash donations 17/04/2012£47.42N/AThanks to all at JCI Cambridge for their support. 
Jen Little 17/04/2012£25.00£6.25Fantastic journey Stuart! Congratulations on the walk and for raising awareness!  
Simon & Finnamore Family 17/04/2012£20.00£5.00Really Brilliant and Inspirational you are doing so well !! 
Lynn Woo 15/04/2012£20.00£5.00Read about your walk in Readers Digest and was very impressed. As someone who has known the darkness of depression in self and family and as a CBT therapist I wish you good luck and all the best.  
Cash donation 14/04/2012£5.00N/ADonation from lady at Victoria Hotel, Robin Hood's Bay 
Paul & Debbie Barrett 14/04/2012£10.00N/ACash donation from Paul, Debs, Ed & Ralph, Best Wishes 
Rosemary Locke-Wheaton 14/04/2012£20.00N/AGreat going Stuart, best wishes, Rosemary 
Rotary Club of Torrington 10/04/2012£150.00N/AWell done, great effort. 
Stuart Jessup 10/04/2012£10.00N/ADonation from Shaun to Kate in Whitburn 
Joan Prout 10/04/2012£20.00£5.00Amazing journey. Great effort. Love Joan 
Trevor Hames 02/04/2012£200.00£50.00Congratulations on all you are doing. It is a great cause. 
Sarah Wingate 02/04/2012£15.00£3.75Good luck Stuart and thanks to Kate for a copy of her book and all her help and support. 
Tracy Anderson- JCI Boston 01/04/2012£10.00£2.50Stuart you are doing a grand job for such a good cause. See you on the Lincolnshire coast! 
Stuart Jessup 30/03/2012£20.00N/ACash donations to Stuart 
Stuart Jessup 29/03/2012£10.00N/A 
Stuart Jessup 27/03/2012£5.00N/ADonation from Carriages tea room, Bellingham 
Latif Ahmed Mubasher 24/03/2012£50.00£12.50Well done Stuart. Please keep it up. 
Jo Isherwood 22/03/2012£100.00£25.00Read about your story in Readers Digest & feel really inspired by you. Think what you are doing is great & wish you good furtune & health for the remainder of your adventure & for years to come.  
Fran 22/03/2012£100.00£25.00Well done, fantastic thing to do. Keep strong and know that you are making a difference 
Kate Atkin 20/03/2012£30.00N/ACash donations to Kate, thanks very much :) 
Stuart Jessup 20/03/2012£18.00N/ADonation from Hadrian's Wall Campsite, thank you! 
Alyson T 20/03/2012£5.00£1.25Thank you 
Ashley 17/03/2012£20.00£5.00Stuart, I wish could join you, do what you're doing. Good luck.  
Madeline Spencer 16/03/2012£5.00£1.25Youre making a difference 
Cambs Business Mums Conference 13/03/2012£100.00£25.00Good luck Stuart!! 
Barbara, Nigel and the children xx 07/03/2012£15.00£3.75Kate and Stuart - what a fantastic display of togetherness and teamwork while raising awareness of such a misunderstood area of health. Thank you, it has certainly raised our awareness. xxx 
Mark Wildman 04/03/2012£25.00£6.25Good walking, good man! Mark and Janet 
Helen Leigh 25/02/2012£50.00£12.50Well done Stuart! Poppy is marvellous too. At least the weather should improve now and daylight hours get longer. 
Stuart Jessup 25/02/2012£4.00N/AKate's book customers 
Knighton people 13/02/2012£24.00N/ACash donations from customers and staff at the Clock Tower Tearooms and from Costcutters, both in Knighton. Thank you! 
Ann Pemberton 07/02/2012£100.00£25.00What an excellent achievement! Brilliant. 
Sue Skinner 04/02/2012£20.00£5.00Good luck Stuart, you are an inspiration to me, as is Kate. Warmest wishes for a successful 2,500 miles! 
Kate Lyons 03/02/2012£10.00£2.50Well done, great effort - keep going! 
Stuart Jessup 01/02/2012£22.00N/ACash donations from Home Farm Campsite, Watchet and lady at Whisky Tasting in Kilve 
Cash donations 26/01/2012£10.00N/AFrom lady in Porlock who breeds Springer Spaniels 
Kate Atkin 26/01/2012£17.00N/ADonations from CamAWiSE event - thank you :) 
Sue 24/01/2012£50.00N/AThis donation is a 70th birthday gift for Margaret, who wanted the money donated to you, Stuart. Good luck with the rest of your walk and give Poppy a pat from me. 
Stuart Jessup 19/01/2012£6.50N/ACash donations 
Jeremy Irwin 19/01/2012£100.00£25.00This is an excellent cause: people with mental health issues are just as much human beings as the rest of us. 
Penny Whatley 19/01/2012£5.00N/AGreat to meet you today at Northam Burrows, Stuart with your lovely springer Poppy. I wish you every success in your venture. Penny Whatley (with the Maremma Sheepdogs) 
Stephen S 17/01/2012£100.00£25.00Good Luck Stuart, met you at Torrington Rotary Besy Wishes 
Gail Taylor 12/01/2012£10.00£2.50We met you, your wife and your dog in the Dock Inn, Penzance recently. I salute what you're doing - it's high time we put away Victorian attitudes and replaced them with compassion and acceptance.  
Cash donation 11/01/2012£20.00N/ACash donation received by Kate from business meeting 
Margaret Granger 10/01/2012£20.00£5.00Aye, and a walk around Scotland next? 
Cash donations 09/01/2012£225.12N/AThanks to all who made cash donations to Stuart or Kate 
Wright's in Cheshire and all Springer Spaniels 06/01/2012£17.00£4.25Wishing you all the best. Hope Poppy's paws are ok too. 
Sarah Butler-Ford 05/01/2012£15.00£3.75Keep going Stuart, you and popping are doing great! Kate an amazing support! You all rock!  
Laura&Steven 05/01/2012£20.00£5.00Well done on the first 1/3rd. :) 
Veronica Robinson 04/01/2012£15.00£3.75Well done so far with the walk, what worthy charities to raise money for 
Joan Prout 02/01/2012£20.00£5.00Well done on your success so far. Have enjoyed your blogs.Happy New Year to you and Kate, not forgetting Poppy. Love Joan 
Jill Pearson 01/01/2012£30.00£7.50My best wishes for the rest of your walk. 
Margaret Blake 27/12/2011£100.00£25.00Best wishes, Stuart, for good walking in 2012. 
Jane Short 23/12/2011£10.00£2.50 
Chris 23/12/2011£50.00£12.50 
Penny Granger 23/12/2011£300.00£75.00Well done so far! Happy Christmas break to you, Kate and Poppy (of course) from Penny and David. 
Ian Pettigrew 20/12/2011£20.00£5.00Stuart and Kate - keep going and strong - you can reach your target. A great cause. Merry Christmas! Ian 
Barry Cross 11/12/2011£10.00£2.50Go for gold...keep up the good work 
Sarah Lawrence 04/12/2011£20.00£5.00Good luck with the next 3/4! 
Rosemary Locke-Wheaton 30/11/2011£20.00N/AWell done Stuart, keep going, my thoughts are with you 
James and Pamela Ashby 28/11/2011£20.00£5.00Best of luck to you and to Poppy. It's a great initiative. 
shaunagh 24/11/2011£50.00£12.50 
Chris Ashford 16/11/2011£20.00£5.00Hope the walk is going well Stuart. 
Tim Goodman 11/11/2011£10.00£2.50Best wishes. May your walk be sunny and your boots be comfy! 
@Bertstyle 10/11/2011£5.00£1.25Best wishes keep going your doing an amazing thing.  
John Spears 03/11/2011£20.00£5.00Best of luck with your fund raising! 
John Dain 26/10/2011£20.00£5.00A fantastic challenge. Best of luck from a fellow sufferer. 
Joan Prout 26/10/2011£20.00£5.00Worthy cause. From all of us who have experienced real depression, thank you and God bless. Joan 
Adrian and Melissa Smart 22/10/2011£60.00N/AGood Luck Stuart - what an incredible undertaking! Hope the sun shines for you! 
Sandra 21/10/2011£10.00£2.50All the best, Stuart. Let's hope people see it's all about an illness rather than being dangerous or insane. 
Lesley Todd 18/10/2011£20.00£5.00Saw the email from Anxiety UK which I am a member and thought good on you for raising awareness. 
Rosemary Locke-Wheaton 12/10/2011£20.00N/AVery Best of Wishes from the Locke-Wheaton Family 
The Old Pottery Tearoom 10/10/2011£361.62N/AProceeds from a charity weekend at the tearoom in Wrangle, Lincolnshire. Generously supported by our many crafts people. We are proud of you Stuart, lots of love Sophie, Simon & Jennifer 
bianca coulter 05/10/2011£50.00£12.50heard about this endeavour through Tarquin, with whom I work - well done and all best with worthwhile cause 
Jon Cossins 04/10/2011£20.00£5.00Good luck Stuart - this will be a fantastic achievement all round. Hope the weather is kind. 
Gerla de Boer 03/10/2011£50.00£12.50Stuart, best of luck! John and Gerla 
Colin & Tricia 03/10/2011£100.00£25.00Good Luck Hope it all goes well! 
Tarquin B-C 03/10/2011£40.00£10.00Good luck with the very long walk Stuart. It was good to do my little bit but the big task is yours. I hope you get to enjoy the journey along the way. 
Tracey Abbott 02/10/2011£50.00N/ABest of luck, Stuart! Love Tracey, Keith, Amelia & Jasmine (we will be following your progress from KL)!! xx 
Steve Westwood 02/10/2011£100.00£25.00I suffered from depression VERY briefly as a side-effect of prescription medication and was shocked by its effects. I'll be thinking of you every step of the way. 
Miss S M Smith 01/10/2011£150.00£37.50Best of luck Stuart, keep smiling even when the weather is unkind and the road is tough. Just take one step at a time and all will be well. Love Shirley 
Debbie & Nick Siragher 30/09/2011£50.00£12.50Good luck on your walk - it's a great thing you are doing. Hope you enjoy it.  
Diane and Steve Comish 30/09/2011£25.00£6.25Happy Walking! 
Martin Brooke 29/09/2011£10.00£2.50A great and worthy challenge - I look forward to tracking your progress in the months ahead. Every blessing, Martin  
Linda Allan 27/09/2011£50.00£12.50Good luck with meeting your objectives, and having fun along the way.  
Anne Smart 26/09/2011£60.00£15.00We wish you loads of luck and look forward to hearing all about your wonderful efforts. Andy and Richard 
Gina Vivian-Neal 26/09/2011£130.00£32.50Good luck - I am hoping that you have good weather. 
Gillian Dale 25/09/2011£255.00£63.75Good luck Stuart 
Peter Brown 25/09/2011£20.00£5.00Good luck - great cause! 
Mark Wildman 23/09/2011£25.00£6.25Enjoy a fantastic journey in every sense of the word! 
stevec 23/09/2011£75.00£18.75Good walking 
Caroline Fisher 23/09/2011£20.00£5.00Really good luck - hope it all goes very well Caroline 
Steve Slack 23/09/2011£25.00£6.25Good Luck Tarquin ! 
Emerald Frog Marketing 22/09/2011£10.00£2.50Good luck!!! Love Cheriee and Jo from Emerald Frog Marketing xxx 
Prof Mike Ferguson 21/09/2011£50.00£12.50Excellent idea Stuart - can't help wondering how many shoes you'll get through.... very best of luck! 
Richard Wilkins 20/09/2011£10.00£2.50What brilliant work you're doing Stuart - well done Richard Wilkins 
Nick Cousins 16/09/2011£50.00£12.50Good luck Stuart - pick some comfortable boots. 
Derek Arden 15/09/2011£100.00£25.00Great job Kate and Stuart - best wishes 
Simon Gray 12/09/2011£10.00£2.50Best of luck. 
Karen Hills 09/09/2011£20.00£5.00Good luck in your walk for what is a very worthy cause 
Roz Wisniewski 08/09/2011£10.00£2.50Well done Stuart This is such a worthwhile cause! Will be cheering you round! 
Leonard Mead 08/09/2011£50.00£12.50All the best this is a very brave venture. I do not think I could walk in your shoes over the next year. 
Marianne Muldbjerg 07/09/2011£10.00£2.50All the best of luck to both of you!!! 
Sally Johnston 06/09/2011£10.00£2.50Good luck Stuart, what a fantastic trip. Well done! 
James Leet 01/09/2011£15.00£3.75Good luck Stuart, great challenge for a noble cause. I will look forward to the updates and to monitoring your progress 
Suzy Balmbro 26/08/2011£15.00£3.75Go Tarquin! 
Madhu Davies 21/08/2011£50.00£12.50Good luck to Tarquin and Stuart- What a great way to raise money and a prospective well done!  
Alison Bennett-Coles 18/08/2011£15.00£3.75Good luck - I support what you are doing. 
allison jeynes-ellis 17/08/2011£25.00£6.25Best of Luck! Support the cause whole heartedly 
Duncan Hannay Robertson 17/08/2011£25.00£6.25Go Tarquin, Go Stuart - enjoy your challenges. I think Tarquin has opted for the easy one! 
L. VAUGHAN SPENCER 16/08/2011£50.00£12.50Yo! This is for Tarquin the Succeeder! 
Linda Rooney  11/08/2011£10.00£2.50Amazing quest! Donation via Tarquer's 1/2 marathon y'all  
Sean Lapham 11/08/2011£15.00£3.75 
David Flanders 10/08/2011£10.00£2.50Donation via Tarquin's 1/2 marathon 
Andrew Taylor 09/08/2011£15.00£3.75Good luck! 
Dafydd Wright 09/08/2011£15.00£3.75 
Joanna Bennett-Coles 09/08/2011£30.00£7.50Good luck! A fantastic cause! 
Cambridge Centre for Sixth Form Studies 03/07/2011£100.00£25.00Donations from Stuart's teaching colleagues as a leaving present. 
Kate's book customers 30/06/2011£8.50£2.13 
Glen  30/06/2011£10.00£2.50Donation from Glen (Poppy's dog-walker) 

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