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#FloodReTour Day 11 – Flood Re’s LEJOG. Lairg to John O’Groats

As the team fixed their second puncture within the space of an hour, thoughts turned to the origin of the FloodReTour and whether cycling over 100 miles a day for ten days was a good idea after all. Opinions were mixed. On

#FloodReTour Day 10 – Flood Re’s LEJOG Grantown-on-Spey to Lairg

Emerging from amidst the pastel blue sky, the early morning sun shone as the team set off after a most delightful stay at the Rosehall Guest House in Grantown-on-Spey. Harriet Boughton, Adam Golding, Chris Bradbury, Andrew Creedon and Gary McInally saddled up

#FloodReTour Day 9 – Flood Re’s LEJOG. Perth to Grantown-on-Spey

“Wherever I wander, wherever I rove, the hills of the highlands forever I love,” wrote Robert Burns, the great Scottish poet (who may or not have been a keen cyclist). Expectations were for the team, currently comprising Andrew Creedon, Harriet Broughton, Gary

#FloodReTour Day 8 – Flood Re’s LEJOG. Moffat to Perth

With the meet and greet at the end of the day, the team set off without any major time constraints for the morning or early afternoon. Leaving their overnight location at around 7:30am to a cold and windy Scottish morning, the team

#FloodReTour Day 7 – Flood Re’s LEJOG. Bowness-on-Windermere to Moffat

Day 7 was to be the busiest day yet with two meet and greets planned. The team – today made up of Harriet Boughton, Gary McInally, Chris Bradbury, Andrew Creedon and John Wood – made some last minute kit adjustments whilst watching

Profile: Dan Byrne

Introducing Dan Byrne who works on the Flood Re Risk Management team which facilitates the understanding, analysis and quantification of Flood Re’s key risks and exposures. Dan’s hoping a combination of determination, pasta and flapjacks is going to see him through the

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