Charity Spring Walk
Multiple dates from Sunday, March 1st to Friday, March 27th
COME AND JOIN US for a family fun filled event!!
This is a charity walk that will get you and the kids up and moving around our beautiful local area.
The walk consists of a route that is 2 laps equalling to 3km. Why not try and find our ducky mascots along the way?
There will also be family activities afterwards and local stallholders and face painter stationed within the Sports Hall.
Walk Entry Price:
- £2 adult
- £1 child
*** Extra activities from 20p ***
This is an event in aid of The Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group, a leading children's cancer research charity which aims to cure as many children as possible through kinder treatments. In the UK around 1,600 children under the age of 15 are diagnosed with cancer each year, please join us and help raise funds for this amazing charity to continue their valuable research to help lives and communities.
Registered charity number: 1182637
Price: Adults:£2, Child:£1 / Extra activities from 20p
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Holborn Crescent , Tattenhoe
The event runs from 10:45am to 2:00pm on the following dates.
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- March 1st
- March 2nd
- March 3rd
- March 4th
- March 5th
- March 6th
- March 9th
- March 10th
- March 11th
- March 12th
- March 13th
- March 16th
- March 17th
- March 18th
- March 19th
- March 20th
- March 23rd
- March 24th
- March 25th
- March 26th
- March 27th
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