Marathon Charity Walk for Andover and District Mencap 24 November 2018
The Watercress Way trustees are delighted that a charity group have decided to use the route for a sponsored walk on 24 November 2018.
They are walking the entire 27 miles in a day!
Mike and Kim met with Kayleigh and Mitchell of 60 Day Fat Loss Revolution who are organising the walk.
We were able to give them lots of advice about organising the day.
They expect 25 walkers and are starting from Alresford Station at 7am and walking up the droves to Sutton Scotney and then back through South Wonston, Kings Worthy and Itchen Abbas.
They expect it to take around 9 hours so should make it back to Alresford before dark!
They are raising money for Andover and District Mencap and give details below.
Walkers are seeking support to complete the New Children’s Respite Facilities Garden.
Rainbow Corner is a new 4 bed respite home in Andover. It is the only one in Andover and West Hampshire.
The Home will offer 1344 bed nights a year to families that are entitled to respite.
Respite enables families to have a break from their caring duties and recharge their batteries so that they can be the best parents for their children.
For the child it is a home from home and a safe place to be, and be happy.
The Garden is a blank canvas, and we are seeking support to develop it in to an all-weather stimulating environment for the children.
The entry level cost for this is 10k
Our dream is to have a range of specialist playground equipment in it to truly give the children a place to play and explore.
The full cost will be £30k
To donate visit https://www.justgiving.com/companyteams/MarathonWalk60day
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