Walking the woods for charity


As the date for the Rotary Club annual charity walk on May 22 draws nearer, the terrain is looking good, the bluebells are out, the fields are alive with colour and wildlife and the apple blossom is coming out.We invite all walkers to join us in making a donation to our nominated charities Rye Memorial Hospital, St Michael’s Hospice and other good causes. The walk, with a choice of four, eight or 10 mile routes starts from Phillips & Stubbs Rye office between 9.00am and 10.00am and walkers should aim to return by 3:30pm to collect their certificate.

Entry forms are available at Phillips & Stubbs and enquiries may be sent to ryerotary@hotmail.co.uk. The route will be marked with Rotary Club signs and marshals in high visibility jackets at various crossing points.

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Image Credits: National Trust .

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