Despite being welcome by grey skies and pouring rain, but it certainly didn’t dampen her spirits. Fittingly, the first stop of the day was at Lee Valley White Water Centre in Hertfordshire. Local Freemason Peter Lawrence met Simone in his 1957 Lambreta before she left for Buckinghamshire.
The rain stopped by the time she arrived at Weston Turville Golf Course in Buckinghamshire, where she was met by supporters from the Milton Keynes Classic Car club and the local Caterham club. Simone was photographed with a Lotus Elise S2 and a Caterham Seven Roadsport.
The Caterham drove her in style to the Boat Inn next to the Grand Union Canal in Northamptonshire, where she was met by Andrew, the fourth generation owner of the inn. She was treated to a canal boat ride and given yet another cheque for £5,000 from the Northamptonshire and Huntingdonshire Freemasons, before being driven to the next stop in a beautiful 1930 Rolls Royce Phantom (with a whopping 7.5 litre engine!)
The final stop of the day was the Shuttleworth Collection in Bedfordshire, where she was given a very impressive welcome by Bedfordshire Freemasons and local Widows Sons bikers. She was presented with a cheque for £500 and driven away in a Chevrolet pickup, to conclude another fantastic day for Lift for Lifelites returns.
Total miles travelled today: 135
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