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Walking in a onesie to help hospice funds

Caroline Swindin, left, will be leading the Onesie walk at Louth EMN-140523-122133001

Caroline Swindin, left, will be leading the Onesie walk at Louth EMN-140523-122133001

A charity worker from Welton is encouraging everyone to 
take a walk in a onesie next month.

Caroline Swindin, community fundraiser for St Barnabas Hospice, is organising the moonlight walk, one of many taking part across the county on the same day, to raise money for the hospice.

“Our title for this year’s walk is One Night in a Onesie, but it is not compulsory to wear one,” said Caroline.

“We just want people to come along and have a great time, while also helping raise money for the hospice.”

The annual walks take place across the county and see hundreds of people help raise essential funds for the charity.

And this year, for the first time, there is a walk in Louth to celebrate the new hospice site that opened last summer.

There will be two walks to choose from on Saturday, June 7, beginning and ending at the town’s Meridian Leisure Centre.

The shorter walk, around 1.5 miles, and longer, walk of around five miles, both set off at 7.30pm, with registration from 6pm and a hearty bowl of soup on return.

Anyone from 11 years can take part.

Visit www.stbarnabashospice.co.uk or call 07435 970309.

 

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