School students to walk along the Norfolk coast for charity

PUBLISHED: 13:30 06 February 2018 | UPDATED: 13:30 06 February 2018

Isla Macrae. Emily Chambers and Maud Webster on the walk. Photo: Maud Webster

Isla Macrae. Emily Chambers and Maud Webster on the walk. Photo: Maud Webster

Maud Webster

Seven City of Norwich School students will be walking through Norfolk for charity this summer.

This will be the second summer Maud Webster, Emily Chambers, Isla Macrae, Lily Hazel and Molly Potter have walked for charity as they took the North Norfolk Costal Path from Hunstanton to Cromer last year and raised more than £900 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.

This year they are joined by Ruby Blaseby and Abbie Silk where they will be walking from Cromer to Great Yarmouth to raise as much money as possible for this years chosen charity, Mind.

Maud Webster, said: “We’ve chosen the charity Mind this year as most of us have had experience, through family and friends, of the damaging and helpless effects that mental illness can have. We wanted to support a charity which gave extremely accessible, non-judgemental advice and support to people who desperately need it. Mind is the perfect choice.”

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