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SVIWG's Sheffield Round Walk

Walking 14.5 miles on Sheffield's Round Walk for The Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind because we want to support SRSB and SVIWG

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The Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind

Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind (SRSB) provides opportunity, support, friendship and services to blind and partially sighted people of all ages in Sheffield, helping them to achieve whatever they wish to do and whatever they aspire to be.

Charity Registration No. 1047257

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In past years, Sheffield Visually Impaired Walking Group (SVIWG) has climbed Kinder Scout, Ben Nevis and Scafell Pike and tramped across Morecambe Bay - all to raise money for Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind (SRSB) and SVIWG. This year, on Saturday 17th June a band of some 20 walkers, visually impaired and their guides, will tackle the 14.5 miles of Sheffield Round Walk. We will be raising funds for SRSB and SVIWG. This will be a tough challenge for the Group. Not only is the distance twice what we would normally walk in a day, it is also tough going in places because of the very hilly nature of Sheffield's terrain. Those participating will be seeking sponsorship for the challenge. Please be generous in this very worthy cause. You can sponsor individual walkers or you can donate to the group online here. Thank you for your support!

Following the walk SRSB will support Sheffield Visually Impaired Walking Group (SVIWG) by way of a grant equivalent to 50% of the sponsorship monies received.

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  • SVIWG on previous walk
  • Morecambe Bay Walk +2

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