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Walk of Life

An event in May in Wiltshire
Kennet & Avon canal towpath
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The Walk of Life is a wonderful opportunity to support the RUH Forever Friends Appeal and to celebrate the life of a loved one of yours!

This 21 mile walk along the Kennet and Avon canal towpath from Devizes to Bath is a challenging yet extremely enjoyable day out that was set up with and in memory of fundraiser and supporter of the Appeal, Vanessa Kyte.

All the funds raised from the Walk of Life will go towards state-of-the-art medical equipment to care for cancer patients at your local acute care hospital, the Royal United Hospital.

We invite you to take part in the whole 21 mile walk, 12 miles from Devizes to Bradford on Avon or 9 miles from Bradford on Avon to Bath, but whichever you choose The Forever Friends Appeal team looks forward to meeting you!

Telephone: 01225 821535
Contact name: Natalie

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