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Poole couple's rude road trip
Updated 10:04am Sunday 14th April 2013 in News
A POOLE couple who went on a 734-mile road trip visiting 20 locations with rude comedy names raised more than £371 for charity.
Jessica Mott and her partner Freddie Jackson were joined by his brother Adam Ross for the challenge, inspired by one taken up by the stars of Channel 4’s hit comedy the Inbetweeners.
Recruitment consultant Jessica, 22, said: “Our first stop was Seamans Lane in Minstead. We then continued on to visit a variety of other places over two days, including Adams Bottom. This seemed apt since Adam was part of the trip.
“We finished in High Wycombe at a location too rude to print and then returned home to Poole. We also visited a number cafes and restaurants with equally rude names.”
She, 23-year-old technical consultant Freddie and tree surgeon Adam, 20, are raising money for the Princess Alice Hospice in Surrey, which looked after Jess’s aunt Jackie Eldridge before she died.
To donate visit justgiving.com/ruderoadtrip
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