Posted on 30th May 2019
Midsummer Stroll – 23rd June 2019 from 9am
There’s no better way to spend a summer’s day…
Enjoy a 2, 7 or 10 mile sponsored walk through the Grade II* listed English Heritage parkland of Borde Hill and beyond, taking in sweeping views of the stunning Sussex Countryside as you raise money to help local families. Add a pinwheel to our field of remembrance to honour someone special and make memories with your loved ones at our post walk picnic in the park. We’ll have delicious food, entertainment, lots of fun for little ones and a bar stocked with some of the finest local tipples.
How much does it cost?
Group discounts available
How do I sign up?
To register follow this link or call 01444 470208
Community Fundraising Manager
Direct dial: 01444 470713
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