I walk the Cornish Pilgrimage each year in honour of the nuns who founded the Hospices and spent their lifetimes work helping the sick at the end of life's journey. Two years ago we lost a young neighbour who died aged 38 years. Her family and I have pledged lifelong support to CHC as a thank you for helping Zoe in her final months. God bless her. I have created a walking pilgrimage to raise awareness about the important work CHC does and the amount of money we need to raise each year to enable them to provide palliative care. See below the outline of this year's project. Zoe's stepfather Clive and I will be starting the walk towards the end of April and an itinerary has been published on my website if any one wants to help raise funds for a worthy cause.
WALKING THE CORNISH PILGRIMAGE
Robin Moore and his team will be walking the Cornish Pilgrimage (200 miles), from Morwenstow to St Michael's Mount during April/May for Cornwall Hospice.
The itinerary includes a Bank Holiday Saturday Walk around the Gwennap Region (9 miles) and entertainment at local inns throughout the weekend.
For more details about the event, Robin's walks around the world and books detailing his adventures visit: www.robin-moore.co.uk
For information about The Cornish Pilgrimage visit:
You can either join us for part of the Pilgrimage or turn up on the Bank Holiday Walk for 3pm start. Await details or phone me on 01209 822 025. Mob: 07706197209.
To support our campaign and make a donation to CHC please us the justgiving page below:
HELPING CORNWALL HOSPICE CARE
Our aim is for all people living with a terminal illness in Cornwall to be able to access the care & support they may need at the time & in the place that is right for them & their families.We aspire to deliver the highest possible quality care & support to our patients & their families. We strive to develop & secure the resources necessary to achieve this, both now & in the future. With only 20% of our funding coming from Cornwall's NHS Commissioners, the rest is raised with the support of the people of Cornwall and beyond - thank you all.