So here’s a road trip and a half. Travelling to the four corners of the British Isles and some. It would be a long enough venture by car, but Graham Brain, isn’t on four wheels but two. He will cover some 1,500 miles over the next 35 days to raise money for the charity Brake.
According to Graham’s JustGiving page these are the points of particular geographical interest that his trip will take him to:
 John O’Groats – Lands End (the furthest distance between two settlements).
 Dunnet Head – The most Northerly point.
 Ardnamurchan Lighthouse – The most Westerly point.
 Ben Nevis (climb) – The highest point.
 Whalley – The most central point.
 Church Flatts – The furthest point from the sea in any direction.
 Holme Fen – The lowest point.
 Lowestoft Ness – The most Easterly point.
 Lavernock Point – The highest tidal flow.
 The Lizard – The most Southerly point.
Good luck on the expedition.
PS Though a car was once taken to the top of Ben Nevis – a Model T Ford in 1911 – Brian will be relying on his feet rather than his wheels to ascend the 4,409 feet high mountain.