Clarendon Way Walk raises £200,000!

2016 Clarendon Way Walk participants raise over £200,000! 

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For the first time in the event’s 10 year history, participants have collectively raised more than £200,000. 

The 26 mile walk took place on 5th June and more than 1,400 people completed the challenging walk between Winchester Cathedral and Salisbury Cathedral.

Keith Wilson, Marketing Manager for Naomi House & Jacksplace, said:

We are truly delighted by the response to this year’s Clarendon Way Walk. The event continues to grow every year and it was just great to see so many people from across Hampshire and Wiltshire coming out to support local life-limited and life-threatened children. This year’s walk has brought in enough money to pay for a full year of respite care for 13 children which is a terrific result. This will undoubtedly make a massive difference to children, young people and their families.

The Clarendon Way Walk is our largest annual fundraiser and has grown considerably in recent years.

The 2014 event raised just over £100,000. For those who didn’t feel up to taking on the full 26 mile challenge, a 12 mile walk was available from Broughton to Salisbury. 

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