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Homeless man walks 8,000 miles with dog

Armed Force Charity Image copyright Chris Lewis Image caption Chris Lewis with his rescue dog Jet

When Chris Lewis became homeless in August 2017, he decided it was time to give back to those who had helped him.

The 38 -year-old left Swansea with PS10 to his epithet in a 14,000 km stroll along every coastline in the UK to raise funds for SSAFA – the Armed Force Charity.

And he is still saunter, along with his salvage puppy Jet.

“I knew it wouldn’t be a walk in the park, but I wanted to give back, ” he said.

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Image caption Chris and Jet shall be in Scotland

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Image caption The pair have had to face severe climate including Storm Emma, which brought snow in February and March

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