Frank, an ex-army sergeant, has a full time job but still spends time raising money for charity. He walked the S.W.Coast Path, 633 miles, this year, to raise money for Heroes Haven, Swanage, a purpose built log cabin for amputee soldiers (and their families) to use during their long rehab. Also walked for The Baton Trust, (a charity helping the armed forces) - carrying the Baton, part of a stretcher pole from Afghan war. He has dedicated more than 28 years to voluntary work on the Swanage Railway, working with soldiers from a nearby base to help them have an interest in the Railway and raising money for the local community too. They have adopted one of the stations on the line, have built/renovated it and maintain it. Frank has held a variety of management positions within the Railway Trust. He has previously cycled from London to Paris, again for charity. We all wonder - what next?!