Clarendon Way Walk 2018
The first picture opportunity, where our photographer was ready and waiting to catch some smiling faces (and some very energetic dogs!), was Farley Mount. From there, their tiring legs carried them onto Kings Somborne, then through Broughton, where participants doing the shorter trek joined the masses. Pitton was the next stop, where another water and refreshment station made sure everyone remained hydrated and energised.
Nicole Davies, Events Fundraiser, said:
There’s something so very special about the Clarendon Way Walk, and today was no exception. It is a challenging event but one with an unrivalled sense of camaraderie as you’re walking with hundreds of people that share your same goal. We are incredibly grateful to all those who took part in our 12th Clarendon Way Walk and raised a staggering amount of money to help us deliver exceptional care for children and young people on good days, difficult days and last days.
This amazing event is expected to raise over £135,000, which could cover costs of ongoing bereavement support for 34 families, or the running costs of Naomi House children’s hospice for a full 17 days. The Clarendon Way Walk has raised more than £1 million for us since it began 12 years ago and is our largest and longest running fundraising event.