Historian walks through Luton in awareness march





A historian stopped in Luton as part of a 300 mile walk to raise awareness for a World Heritage bid.

Ged Lynn, 37, is promoting two monasteries near to his home in Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, which are the UK's only bid to gain World Heritage status in 2010.

He left Jarrow on August 9 and arrived in Luton on the 17th day of his mammoth journey, after trekking the hardest part of the trip - from Leicester to Luton.

He hoped to reach his last spot, Guildford, on Tuesday, September 1.


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