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Andy Lewis to visit the Landmarks of Leicester in a charity fundraising walk

Herald distributor Andy Lewis is off on a mini adventure to see the many sights of Leicester on a charity run and walk.

If you live in Thornton or Bagworth, Andy will be familiar to you as he has been delivering your Herald single-handedly every month for many years.

On Saturday March 25th he will be running the Braunstone Park Run and then will walk to Fosse Park, Everards Meadow, The Black Horse in Aylestone via the Great Central Way . Then he will adventure off to Grace Road, King Power Stadium and Welford Road Stadium before crossing Victoria Park to take in some culture at the De Montfort Hall, New Walk Museum, Curve and Phoenix.

To finish the walk he will head off to the home of more Leicester sporting heroes at the Morningside Arena, before gently strolling round Abbey Park and eventually ending at Jubilee Square.

Andy likes to do what he can for local causes and is doing this walk for local charity Leicestershire Action for Mental Health Projects. If youd like to make a contribution - however large or small - to this very worthwhile cause, please visit Andys fundraising page at:

The Landmarks of Leicester Walk was inspired by Cool as Leicester and their social group which promotes Leicester and its events and has given Andy the inspiration to see some of the Citys landmarks.

About the charity

Mental Health is complex. Our advocacy work involves, listening, guiding, planning, supporting and ensuring their needs are properly considered. Mental Health cannot be ‘cured’ with one conversation, it takes time to form trust. Our advocates devote hours, days, months to provide the best support.

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