Dean Stott going on manoeuvres with Family School.
Former special forces Frogman and prospective world record breaker Dean Stott stopped by the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families as he continues to raise money for the Centre via Heads Together.
Dean is currently in training for a herculean and potentially world record-breaking challenge of cycling the length of the Americas in 110 days. He will cross 14 borders and over 14,000 miles as he attempts to break the previous world record of Argentina to Alaska in 117 days.
Following up on an eventful visit to the Family School in June, Dean has organised for students to join him for a day of adventure training at Gibraltar barracks in Surrey. Together they will take part in an adventure day to learn the importance or focus, perseverance and teamwork.
No visit from Dean would be complete without some cycling and together with some understandably excited Anna Freud staff he made his way across London to the Centre base at Jordan House.
You can Learn more about Dean’s expedition and support him by donating online here!