Get on board for Hatfield train walk in aid of autism charity

GET on board this weekend for a train-themed walk in aid of an autism charity. Tomorrow (Sunday) a Thomas the Tank Engine-themed train walk is being held at Southfield School, in Travellers Lane, Hatfield at 10am. The walk has been organised by Harc, the

GET on board this weekend for a train-themed walk in aid of an autism charity.

Tomorrow (Sunday) a Thomas the Tank Engine-themed train walk is being held at Southfield School, in Travellers Lane, Hatfield at 10am.

The walk has been organised by Harc, the Hertfordshire branch of the National Autistic Society.

Friends and families will join together in a long train to help raise funds for people in the Hertfordshire affected by autism.


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Harc manager Laurence Griffin said: "Our train walk is going to be a fantastic day out for all the family.

"We hope to see as many people as possible having fun and raising vital funds for our branch.

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"Autism is a serious, lifelong and disabling condition, but the right support at the right time can make an enormous difference to people's lives."

To take part in the walk, call 01707 332122 or 01727 370704, or email support@harc-online.org.uk.

To make a donation visit www.justgiving.com/harc-trainwalk

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