Day 13 - Unlucky for some, but not for Simone as she continued her Lift for Lifelites fundraising trip by visiting the beautiful West Country. Starting in Cornwall, Simone enjoyed a trip on the Cremyll Ferry. Before getting on the boat she was met by Freemasons from Cornwall, who donated an incredibly generous £1,000!
After docking in Plymouth, it was the turn of Devon. Local Freemasons treated her to a trip on the electric tramway in Seaton, a seaside town on the Jurassic Coast. After the tram ride the Freemasons gave her a lift to her next stop in a 1970 Rover, but not before they presented her with a £1,000 donation for Lifelites.
After the tram ride, it was time to head off to visit a completely different, rather less peaceful form of transport. The next stop was in the county of Dorset at the Tank Museum in Bovington, which boasts the world’s best collection of tanks from the 20th century. Dorset Freemasons then gave Simone the final lift of the day, in a 1997 Bentley.
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