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A FATHER and son from Ipswich are taking on an emissions free coast-to-coast journey, with Ardnamurchan Lighthouse the westerly checkpoint.

Beginning on Friday October 6, Matt Porter, 48, and his father Ken, 75, will attempt to complete a 1,200 mile round-trip from Ness Point in East Anglia, the most easterly point in the UK, to Ardnamurchan Lighthouse, the most westerly point in mainland UK, using a Tesla Model S 100D electric car.

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