End Of The Road

Wirral chef and motorbike enthusiast Julian Davies rode in to town on Saturday to share his experiences after travelling to the most northerly parts of Europe.

Radio Clatterbridge has followed every mile of his gruelling trip in aid of The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.

Julian Davies outside The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity

Presenter Steve Evans presented Julian with a book compiled from his daily blog posts during the 7,500-mile journey.

He hopes to get it printed in paperback to raise even more funds.

To date, Julian has raised more than £3,000 for the charity.

Julian Davies returns (part one) by Radioclatterbridge on Mixcloud

Julian Davies returns (part two) by Radioclatterbridge on Mixcloud

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