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At Last We’re On The Freedom Trail – October 25th 2007

At last the long months of planning and preparation are over. Tonight the Hull Freedom Trail finally hit the road, with the five Mitsubishi L200 vehicles rolling out of Victoria Square in Hull as planned.

The vehicles assembled in Victoria Square earlier this afternoon with their teams of trailblazers. Rotary International were there in force and by early evening quite a crowd had gathered to wave them off. The event was filmed throughout by Hull Freedom Trail cameraman Claudio von Planta, and the TV presenter Helen Philpot took to the stage under the big screen to interview the team members and keep the public abreast of the proceedings.

BBC Look North covered the event, broadcasting live as it happened. As the moment of departure approached the waiting crowd joined in the countdown. At 6.45pm the engines roared and the convoy wheeled around the square with horns blasting, crowds cheering and the trailblazers waving goodbye to friends and family. The five 4×4 vehicles were accompanied by motorcycle outriders from Rotary International. The lead bike carried Claudio as pillion, filming the procession as they left the square and headed east through the city along Hedon Road to the ferry terminal.

The Trailblazers Assemble In Victoria Square

The vehicles and trailblazers assemble in Victoria Square prior to tonight’s big send off. Andy Paxton and Mike James look over the collection of jerry cans just out of shot before kicking the tyres one last time.

Trailblazer Justine McMillan Is Ready For Off

Justine McMillan is ready for off, standing with L200 Number 4 “Hannah More”. She will be spending the next three weeks in this vehicle with fellow members of “Team Hannah”. Note Andy Paxton’s snowboard strapped firmly to the roofrack – he’s planning to carve up a few of those Sahara dunes on the way down to Freetown.

Mark Kensett is interviewed by Helen Philpot on the stage under the big screen in Victoria Square. As always Claudio is there with the camera. It’s in the can Mark!

Jonathan Richards & Helen Philpot

Jonathan Richards on stage with Helen Philpot in Victoria Square, Hull. Jonathan explains how he was inspired to start the Hull Freedom Trail.

Philip Dean From The St. George Foundation

Phil Dean tells Helen Philpot how the Hull Freedom Trail will effect aid agencies on the ground in Sierra Leone. Philip works for the St. George Foundation in Freetown, reuniting street children with their families. The foundation currently relies on four clapped out motorcycles for transport, but the gift of a fully equipped 4×4 vehicle from the Hull Freedom Trail will make a huge difference to their work.

Rotary International Hit The Road

The five vehicles roll out from Victoria Square in Hull. L200 Number 3 “Thomas Clarkson” is driven by the Rotary International team.

Team Hannah Say Farewell

L200 Number 4 “Hannah More” takes its place in line ready to roll out. Next stop the ferry port for the overnight crossing to Rotterdam and the start of the European leg of the journey. Wish us luck and safe travels!