Charity gig row skippered by a better Brockley Nick

Zev Bellringer: Kai, I want you to live. To really live!
Kai: I suggest you modify your wants.
- Lexx, Giga Shadow

The crew: Nick is second from the left unless he tells us otherwise
Brockley resident Nick Stoker has set himself the challenge of rowing the Channel at its widest point in a Cornish Gig Racer (a monstrously heavy canoe). In June 2015, he's going to try the 50 mile row from Belgium to Kent with five friends to raise £20,000 for a range of cancer charities. He says:

If we receive any support from local residents and/or businesses it will be hugely appreciated – we’re looking for raffle prizes ot help us raise funds, but I don’t want to push this and would prefer it to just happen naturally.

You can find out more about the challenge and follow the team here.