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Visiting the website, then please leave a message for my mum, Natalia, 10 months walking, day in, day out, in all weathers, between 5,000-7,000 miles depending on route taken. Mum is looking to raise at least £100,000 for the Wallace & Gromit Grand Appeal this year!

If you can’t support her financially, please support her with words of encouragement to keep her on track to meet her goal in memory of me, her beautiful daughter, Elizabeth. Thanking YOU

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76 entries.
Debbie Edwards Debbie Edwards from York wrote on 10th February 2017 at 12:59 pm:
Hi Natalia Just heard you on 5 Live - what an amazing achievement and way to keep the memory of your daughter alive. If your new project has a need for help near York please get in touch- more than happy to help. All the best Debbie x
Bruce Kelsey Bruce Kelsey from Lincoln wrote on 7th February 2017 at 10:20 pm:
Congratulations - well done on a brilliant memorial effort. You might like to talk to John Merrill - the first to complete the British Coastal walk in 1978 - go to He's also a multifaith minister too - check out 🙂
Allison Chalmers Allison Chalmers from Ross on wye wrote on 24th January 2017 at 7:25 pm:
I have been following your journey from day1. Had hoped to walk with you at some stage but it just didn't work out. Disappointed that I cannot be with you on your final day of walking. Hope you have found some peace and comfort from your long journey. xxx
Juliet Knight Juliet Knight from Liverpool wrote on 10th January 2017 at 1:30 pm:
Hi Natalia.. Well, how amazing are you!! Exactly 7 months after walking with you at Formby you have almost completed your walk. As promised, I will see you at the end. You should be so very proud of your outstanding achievement. Much love, Juliet xx
Rita Rita from Rochford wrote on 9th January 2017 at 6:42 pm:
Good luck on your walk, you met my son Adam on Sunday at the riverside in Hullbridge, he was very impressed with what you are doing. We wish you well xx
Jeremy Heigham Jeremy Heigham from Tollesbury, Essex wrote on 4th January 2017 at 4:47 pm:
Natalia, met you yesterday in a field near Salcott. Thank you for coming with us for a coffee, hope our very short walk with you was a small help and that you found your way onwards. What a truly inspirational person. The Scout Group will raise some funds as promised. With our love and best wishes for the remainder of your journey. Jeremy and Ed heigham
Liz Liz from Colchester wrote on 2nd January 2017 at 9:17 pm:
Hi, we were having lunch in the pub that you popped into today. We heard you talking to the waitress there about your journey. We then looked you up on the web. What an amazing thing you are doing. I just wish we could have had a chat to you. Good luck on the remainder of your journey in memory of your beautiful daughter
Michael Michael from Rio de Janeiro wrote on 31st December 2016 at 7:30 pm:
Heard about you from Sue at Richmond Hill B&B Hollesley Suffolk. You are an inspiration.
Mari Jones Mari Jones wrote on 29th December 2016 at 12:42 am:
Thank you Natalia for your example of motherhood, what you are doing is inspirational- we are all cheering for you, and pray your little angel is walking alongside you on the shoreline.
Family Galbraith Family Galbraith from Woodbridge wrote on 24th December 2016 at 8:34 pm:
We look forward to welcoming you in Woodbridge tomorrow, Natalia. Be sure to bring with you a healthy appetite, as we've peeled the spuds, prepared the veg, and the turkey is waiting to go in the oven! Best wishes, Helen, Michael, Catherine & Patrick
Susan Susan from Wales wrote on 18th December 2016 at 8:35 am:
You are such an Inspirational woman. well done!Your daughter is looking down on you with a big smile on her face for her wonderful Mummy. Love to you Susan Davies and familyxxx
Janis Hughes Janis Hughes from Ballymena wrote on 10th December 2016 at 5:35 am:
Thinking of you today , Natalia on the anniversary of Elizabeth's death. I pray you feel Elizabeth's presence is very close to you and I pray that GOD blesses you with the right person to share the day with GOD bless you always, and may your pain and heartache ease Janis Hughes Sent from my iPad
Claire Gates Claire Gates from Salisbury wrote on 23rd November 2016 at 10:36 am:
I had been following your story via Facebook feeds and last night I saw you receiving your JustGiving award. I have a five year old daughter and cannot begin to imagine how hard this last year has been for you. Seeing and hearing you talk last night, I was so moved by your courage and determination. I wish you the very best of luck on your journey and will look out for you at Durdle Door in the Spring. Scarlett and I have made a donation for you and Elizabeth. It's an amazing thing you are doing. Thank you. x
Alexandra Lewis Alexandra Lewis from London wrote on 18th November 2016 at 7:27 pm:
I heard of you through friends whose children go to Elizabeth's school. Just checking up to see where you are and amazed at what you have achieved. Very glad you are round the north of the country and heading back south as the cold weather sets in. So impressed by your courage and tenacity. Thinking of you, Alexandra
Marie Marie from Portsmouth wrote on 11th November 2016 at 8:55 pm:
I've been following you for awhile now, in a few days you will have been walking for 9 months, you have achieved so much in the memory of your beautiful daughter. Tonight I showed my grandchildren your picture and Elizabeth's, I explained what had happened to her and what you were doing in her memory. In the words of a child, "what a wonderful mummy you are to do so much in memory of your pretty daughter" We salute you and wish you gods speed in the winter months. Hopefully we'll get to see you when you come past Portsmouth. Xxx
Catherine Duncan Catherine Duncan from Lochore Fife Scotland wrote on 11th November 2016 at 5:01 pm:
Hi Natalia, I had the honour to have you stay for three days and the pleasure to walk with you. You are very brave and courageous Natalia. The loss of your beautiful Elizabeth her fabulous smile and those bright blue eyes has touched the hearts of everyone who has had the privilege to have met you. Hoping you find peace, stay strong Natalia. Will catch up with you soon, be safe. Love and Strength. Catherine ❤️????X
Maxine Maxine from West midlands wrote on 8th November 2016 at 12:32 pm:
Natalia i found your story in yours magazine..i read it and thought what a brave woman you are.your daughter would be so very proud of you.your just simply proud of yourself on what you are achieving.when those dark days fall look to the light and you will see your angel...good luck on your journey hope you find peace xxxx
jean jean from Eastbourne wrote on 26th September 2016 at 9:34 am:
Having just recently (July) lost my daughter at age 27 although through an accident rather than illness like you I can honestly say I know what this unbearable loss is like to experience. I know the good days and the bad. The memories we cherish. The trigger points that hit us at an unexpected moment. But to experience all this and yet bravely channel the grief in such a wonderful way is commendable. Well done Natalia and God bless x
Joy Joy from Drumbeg wrote on 19th September 2016 at 11:59 pm:
My thoughts and prayers are with you and I'd like to thank you for the honour of having you stay in my home. You are a lovely inspiration to us all. God bless and speed. Xxx
kathy kathy from Thurso wrote on 13th September 2016 at 8:15 pm:
ahh am so sorry for your lose but ur darling wee daughter elisabeth will be walking with u all the way she will want to be with her mummy even as a angel she will be around too comfort u and protect u from harm my thoughts are with u on these long walks and ur an amazing person too be doing this may god bless you and look after you xxxx


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