Help make rotary walk a record-breaker
ORGANISERS of this year s Rotary Walk are hoping more than 500 people will take part – which would make the event the biggest yet. Your chance to go out for a stroll, taking in some of the beautiful sights of Times Territory is on Sunday, May 10.
ORGANISERS of this year's Rotary Walk are hoping more than 500 people will take part - which would make the event the biggest yet.
Your chance to go out for a stroll, taking in some of the beautiful sights of Times Territory is on Sunday, May 10.
As ever there are two routes to enjoy - five and 11-miles - starting in WGC and heading out to the Lee Valley and Ayot St Lawrence.
Rotarian John Hopley said he hoped the sponsored walk would be a "bumper" one and something to remember.
He said: "As always we are after as many people as possible to take part, but this year we are aiming for even more than normal and are hoping to smash the 500 barrier.
"The more people, the more money we raise.
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"If it is more difficult to raise cash this year, it will be helped by additional numbers."
The 11th annual event is open to all, from absolute beginners to more committed regular walkers, call 01707 386746.
You can also download an application form here.
If you are taking part let the newsdesk know by calling 01707 384180 or email email@example.com