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Sue Ryder Midnight Walk

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Cheltenham
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Hundreds of women walk 10 kilometres in Cheltenham in the middle of the night, setting off at the stroke of midnight, wearing flashing bunny ears, to raise vital sponsorship for Sue Ryder - Leckhampton Court Hospice.

Registration for each walk is 12 until the end of February and 15 after that. For your registration fee you receive a Midnight Walk tee shirt, goody bag and medal for completing the walk, plus a well deserved breakfast at the finish line.

Telephone: 01242 246293
Contact name: Sian Harris

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