BritMums were delighted to hangout with Team Honk earlier this week as they returned from their Comic Relief trip to Kenya full of news and enthusiasm to spread the word of #lastingchange as far and as wide as they possibly can.
Annie Spratt, Tanya Barrow and Penny Alexander have been dedicating their time to Team Honk for over three years now and from the first challenge of climbing Snowdon in 2013 they have moved on to bigger and better.
Last year saw bloggers all over the UK take part in a baton challenge that travelled from Land’s End all the way up to John O’Groats. BritMums played their part, Mari, the BritMums editor cycled the baton from Gravesend in Kent all the way over to Southend in Essex, Jen joined the Honkopoly team in London and Susanna helped get the baton out of London and on it’s way westwards.
This year Comic Relief is back stronger than ever with huge celebrities donating their time to bring as much attention as possible to the worthy cause of ‘A Just World Free of Poverty’ Team Honk were over the moon to be able to meet and talk to David Walliams whilst on their Kenyan travels and find out his thoughts on such an important issue. You can find out lots more on their individual blogs Mammasaurus Mummy Barrow and Parent Shaped and keep an eye out for the hashtag #lastingchange.
So what has Team Honk got up it’s sleeve for us this year? Well a 6-hour Danceathon at The Wembley SSE Arena; it takes place on 8th March from 12 to 6pm with dance styles and teachers changing every 30 minutes. Everyone is invited: Click over to Team Honk to find out more!