Marathon walker

Andy Peddle (right) was pictured on Saturday morning 515 miles int his 7,900 mile walk which will see him visit every Salvation Army church and shop in the UK where he will sing 'You'll never walk alone'. He was joined in Arbroath by the Salvation Army band and T.E. Roy Dainty.
Andy Peddle (right) was pictured on Saturday morning 515 miles int his 7,900 mile walk which will see him visit every Salvation Army church and shop in the UK where he will sing 'You'll never walk alone'. He was joined in Arbroath by the Salvation Army band and T.E. Roy Dainty.

A SALVATION Army soldier from High Wycombe, 70-year-old Andy Peddle (right) visited the Arbroath Corps premises in Marketgate on Saturday as part of his 7,900-mile round-Britain walk to raise cash for the organisation’s Human Trafficking Programme.

He was 515 miles into his marathon journey which will see him visit every Salvation Army church and shop in the UK where he will sing ‘You’ll never walk alone’.

He was joined in Arbroath by the Salvation Army band and local officer Roy Dainty.