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Training in the Brecon Beacons

Heading north today today for a South Pole boot camp. We’re driving to Skye in the LandRover. Skye sadly probably won’t be as sunny as last time I was there. But I’m excited about it anyway. I love these training sessions. We tend to do stuff like this:

and this

and this
The Race
and this
as well as plenty of this

and this

But there’s also time for curry and good laughs.
The SOUTH Office

There doesn’t often seem to be much of this though:
Ben and me at 10 Downing Street
We’ve now recruited Martin Hartley to the team which should make things a little more gentle and sane. Or maybe not:

Good times ahead.

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