Women urged to take part in Norfolk Hospice’s Moonlight Walk in Norwich
Women are being urged to stroll out under the light of the moon and take part in a new fundraising event.
The Norfolk Hospice will hold its first ever Ladies Moonlight Walk in Norwich on Friday, May 25.
The event will see women walk seven miles around the city to raise funds and awareness for the Norfolk Hospice, a King's Lynn-based charity which helps patients, carers and families in this county living with cancer or other life-limiting illnesses,
In celebration of the Queen's Jubilee, walkers are being encouraged to wear the colours red, white and blue.
Jackie Cameron, fundraising manager, said: 'We will have live music and a keep-fit warm up before you start the walk, Norwich City are providing a bar and Starbucks in Haymarket are providing free tea and coffee at the half way point.
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'The evening will be loads of fun as ladies take to the streets of Norwich, so come and join us and help us raise much needed funds for The Norfolk Hospice, caring for patients and their families in Norfolk.'
The walk will start from 10pm at Norwich City Football Club in Carrow Road.
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Registration costs �10 including a goodie bag.
To take part, register online at www.norfolkhospice.org.uk, call 01485 542891 for an application form or pick up a form from one of the charity's shops.
Are you holding a new charity fundraiser? Call reporter Kate Scotter on 01603 772326 or email email@example.com.