Fleet Fun Walk 2019 - SPONSORSHIP UPDATE

Thanks to everyone who took part in our Fun Walk on Saturday 4th May. We hope you enjoyed the experience and will join us again next time. Watch out for details on our webpage and Facebook

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Fleet Fun Walk 2019

Final Sponsorship figures have been released and we are pleased to report that the total raised by our intrepid group of walkers for their favourite charities was £11,628. A further £960 was raised by registration to cover costs, with the balance being donated to Naomi House.

The top three sums raised by groups of walkers for their charities were:

1) Arise All Saints, Fleet (£3990);  

2) C2 (Peritoneal Malignancy) Ward, North Hants Hospital (£2130); and

3) Ocean Stars Trust (£1583).

We congratulate everyone who took part in Fleet Fun Walk 2019 to raise funds for their favourite charity.

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Fleet Rotary Fun Walk hits new high

Over 180 walkers from 8 to 80 plus a few family dogs took part in the 3rd  Annual Charity Fun Walk sponsored by Fleet Rotary on Saturday 4 May. Every walker selected their own charity, ranging from local or medical to International charities, to which all their sponsored funds will go. The amount raised so far is around £10,000 and donations are still coming in.

The event followed a route through many of the nature areas surrounding Fleet. The walkers returned full of smiles expressing  a real sense of achievement. Some said they had visited some nature areas that they had not seen before, and hoped that Fleet Rotary would organise a similar event next year. The walk covered optional distances of 3.6 to 10.3 miles.

Event organiser Rotarian Chris Johnson said, "The event was worth all the effort in planning the Fun Walk. In particular, I would like to thank the Check Point Marshalls without whom we would not have been able to go ahead. The weather was cold, breezy and dry , ideal for the walkers but a challenge for the marshals. The increased number of participants compared to previous years also shows the growing popularity of this Rotary sponsored event".

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