Gallery: Welwyn Hatfield Rotary Walk
MORE than 300 people took part in an annual charity fundraiser on Sunday. The Rotary Walk was completed in glorious sunshine this year as fundraisers raised cash for their favourite charities with 25 per cent going to Welwyn Hatfield s two rotary clubs fo
MORE than 300 people took part in an annual charity fundraiser on Sunday.
The Rotary Walk was completed in glorious sunshine this year as fundraisers raised cash for their favourite charities with 25 per cent going to Welwyn Hatfield's two rotary clubs for distribution to charities of their choice.
One of the organisers, John Hopley, said it had been an "excellent" event, but sadly marred by the tragic death of one of the walkers.
He said: "We had the perfect conditions for walking, it wasn't too hot.
"Overall it was very pleasant."
The walk, supported by the WHT, started at the Campus West car park, in WGC.
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En-route fundraisers passed sights such as Sherrardspark Woods, Shaw's Corner, Lamer Wood and the Bride Hall estate.
The final total of money raised has not yet been totted up.
WHT editor Terry Mitchinson said: "The walk continues to be a big fundraiser for many worthy causes at a time when they need all the money they can get.