Mother and daughter complete four-day fundraising trek around North Norfolk coast
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A mother and daughter are celebrating after completing a 60-mile trek around the North Norfolk coast.
Jackie and Enola Cuffe, from Saham Toney, took on the trail to help Enola raise money for a volunteering trip to Thailand with her school this summer.
The duo began their walk in Hunstanton on Saturday, April 2 and reached their finish line in Sea Palling, 63 miles away, at 9.40pm on Tuesday, April 5.
Money raised from the walk will help 17-year-old Enola towards the £2,500 she needs for her Thailand trip with Gordonstoun school, in Scotland, where she got a scholarship to study her A Levels.
After the walk, her mother said: 'It's such an achievement for Enola and I'm so proud of her.
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'I'd like to thank all the people who sponsored and our fantastic family who we really couldn't have done this without.
'Special thanks go to those who joined us on route and talked with us along the way.'
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Ms Cuffe added that the path from Hunstanton to Cromer is 'a must for anyone living in or visiting Norfolk'.
To support Enola, go to uk.virginmoneygiving.com.