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WATCH: Dan Keeley tells us all about Rome To Home

On August 25, Dan Keeley set off from the Colosseum and began his Rome To Home adventure.

The 1,250 mile solo run was a platform for Dan to share his story of dealing with Bipolar Disorder and to raise funds for CALM. 65 days after leaving the Colosseum, he arrived at the London Eye and crossed the Rome To Home finishing line.

Once the champagne was popped and Dan had got his breath back, we asked him some questions about Rome To Home…

What. A. Guy.

Everyone at CALM HQ wants to pass on a massive thanks to Dan, who has raised over £17,000 to date. We enjoyed following and sharing his updates as his epic journey went on, and the love Dan received from his supporters was a thing of beauty to observe.

Catch up on some of our Rome To Home quick fire questions below…

For more information and stories from Dan, visit his website.

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