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100k Endurance Walk

100k Walk in 3 Days for Colchester & Ipswich Hospitals Charity because we have all lost a loved one to Cancer.

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Colchester & Ipswich Hospitals Charity

We help make a difference to local patients & their familes

Charity Registration No. 1048827

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We have been inspired by the loss of many friends and loved ones, we are again doing an “Endurance Walk".This year we will start in London and finish in Henley on Thames and this year we will be joined by a few of our friends for the Whole Walk / Day Stages or a few miles. 

The Team so far is:
Alan Boone
Amanda Boone
Andrew Simpson
Brian Brady
Chris Campbell
Dave (Camp / Freddie) Broughton
David Green
David Brady
Dexter Boulter
Eleanor Brady
Gary Twigg
James Dunman
Jason Nottage
Jim French
Lynn Brady
Mat French
Max (Dusty) Boone
Molly Brady
Sara Brady
Stan Carr
Tony Adams

As before we will be raising money for the Colchester Cancer Unit.

Last year we managed to raise a little over £6k, with another £1k from other events like the Boxing Day Barrel Hunt and Alma vs Copford Cricket match. The Cancer Unit still has £250k to raise to complete the building work so our efforts and any funds raised will be greatly appreciated.

If you wish to join us for the duration, a day, a few miles, an hour or just to cheer us on, please see the following timings.

Friday 3rd May 
05.18hrs train from Marks Tey – Liverpool Street
Arrive 06.16hrs walk along river to Kingston upon Thames staying over night, Holiday Inn Kingston
Saturday 4th May
07.00hrs Kingston upon Thames, walk to Manor Hotel, Datchet 
Sunday 5th May
07.00hrs walk to Henley on Thames.
16.23hrs Train from Henley to arrive back at Marks Tey 19.30hrs arriving in the Alma (Copford) at 20.00hrs for cold drinks and food.


Below is some information about the Cancer Unit. A few our our friends and neighbours have made use of their current facilities, and very sadly some did not recover. We have all had a friend or loved one blighted with this horrible disease. So please give what you can and do come and join us (no matter how long or short) if you can.

The Colchester and Ipswich Hospitals Charity raises money to improve facilities, fund new equipment, provide additional services, support staff development and initiate local medical research and innovative projects at The East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust.We always ensure that your kind gifts and donations benefit the area of the hospital or community service that you choose. Every donation is greatly appreciated and makes a real and positive difference to the experience of being in hospital.

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