Plans to go to Titty Ho on Inbetweeners inspired road trip for Princess Alice Hospice
A trio of Princess Alice Hospice supporters will be setting off on a road trip with a difference.
Jessica Mott, 22, from Poole, Freddie Jackson, 23, and Adam Ross, 20, from Shepperton, will travel 734 miles in two days, visiting 20 places with rude comedy names.
The charity road trip, which commences on Friday, March 8, has been inspired by the challenge on the Channel 4 comedy, The Inbetweeners.
The challenge will begin in Poole, with the first stop at Seamans Lane in Minstead, before continuing on to places including Swallow Drive, Adams Bottom, North Piddle and Titty Ho.
The team will finish in High Wycombe at a location too rude to print, before returning to Poole.
Miss Mott said they are supporting the hospice due to seeing firsthand the care they gave to her aunt, Jackie Eldridge, who passed away last year.
She said: “The team at the hospice are amazing, and the work they carry out is nothing short of a miracle.
“Jackie’s death was a huge shock for the whole family as she died only two months after her diagnosis with lung and bone cancer.
“Another special friend previously received care from the Hospice and both of these special ladies inspire me to fundraise and carry out fun events such as this rude road trip.”
To support the trio on their rude road trip in aid of Princess Alice Hospice, visit justgiving.com/ruderoadtrip.