Posted on 15th October 2015
This is from Ann-Marie Shine Newton, who works at Travail and whom many of you will know from networking meetings – she is always upbeat and positive.
I just wanted to send you some the pictures of the South Downs Trek that I completed on Saturday 10thOctober, it was a tough 20 mile hilly challenge which started at Devils Dyke and we walked across the South Downs and ended back at St Barnabas Hospice in Worthing. It took me 7hrs as we had a 20 min lunch break if you’re looking at the stats!
South Downs Trek Challenge 2015 covered the following:
Devils Dyke, Edburton Hill, River Adur, Chanctonbury Ring, Washington, Barnsfarm Hill, Tolmare Farm, Clapham Wood, St Barnabas House,
The details for my just giving page are below and just wanted to see if you would be able to put this in the next newsletter please, every penny counts?
Please visit my Just giving page and help me raise funds for a valuable cause, I have completed a 20 Mile Trek for St Barnabas Hospice on the 10th Oct! Any donations greatly appreciated!
Or You can also Text 70070 and Type AMSN51 £3 (or the amount you would like to donate)
Thanks for your help!
Ann-Marie Shine Newton, Recruitment Consultant,
Travail Recruitment Consultant of the Year 2014
Travail Employment Group
7a Church Road, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 9BB
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