Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Walkers raise £650 to cheer up young people

MORE than 30 people took part in a charity walk in aid of Henley youth and community project

MORE than 30 people took part in a charity walk in aid of Henley youth and community project Nomad.

Town councillors and parents who use the charity were among those to walk 10 miles through the Chilterns.

They set off from the d:two centre in Market Place, where Nomad is based, and stopped in Hambleden for a pub lunch before returning.

The walk has raised £650 so far with more expected and the money will go towards holiday activities for young people.

Organiser Tim Prior said: “The walk went really well and I’m really pleased. We had a great turnout and the weather was really good. There was a bit of rain but generally it was really nice and humid.



“I’d like to thank everyone who took part for their generous donations."

To make a donation, visit visit www.nomadhenley.co.uk



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