Stomp for cancer held to raise money and mark a milestone

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We’re launching our first-ever Stomp for Cancer across Bristol on Saturday, September 23, to support people and mark a milestone.

The event, is open for all ages and abilities and will see walkers heading from Millennium Square at 10am, under Brunel’s iconic suspension bridge and along the Avon Gorge to our National Centre in Pill.

The six-mile stomp will help mark the 10th anniversary of royal patron, HRH The Prince of Wales officially opening our Centre, formerly Ham Green House and a group trekked a similar path to celebrate.

Community fundraiser, Ian Riddell said: “We are extremely proud to launch the stomp and hope everyone’s inspired to join us.

“Every step will help Penny Brohn continue to support people every step of their cancer journeys.

“We’d love to see families join us – even the smallest steps will help us make big strides.”

To sign up to the event, call 01275 370 076 or click here for more information.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

2017-07-24T15:41:57+00:00
July 14th 2017
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