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55km Sandstone Trail - Walk for Wildlife - to support RSPCA Stapeley Grange

Fundraising for RSPCA (England and Wales)

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  • Team members: Lee and Laura Stewart, Rachel Butler, Teresa Prohens and Marco Vecchiato
  • Event: Sandstone Trail, 23 Sep 2017

RSPCA (England and Wales)

We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome animals to improve their welfare and lives

Charity Registration No. 219099

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After a very long day our team of five plus our incredible Flo finished our 55km fundraiser. What an experience, fantastic views on route and some eerey corn fields!!  The team would like to thank everyone for their support on this walk for wildlife challenge.. 

Lee Stewart (Centre Manager), Laura Stewart (wife of Manager!), Rachel Butler (Regional Press Officer), Teresa Prohens (Vet Surgeon) and Marco Vecchiato (Vet intern) all love animals and obviously Stapeley Grange.  We plan to walk a mere 55km along the Sandstone trail in a day from Frodsham to Whitchurch, with staff from Crystal Legal Services (Crewe) whose staff are also raising money for Stapeley Grange.

RSPCA Stapeley Grange can be found in Nantwich, Cheshire; the Centre admits close to 7000 wild, domestic and exotic animals each year, making it one of the, if not the, busiest animal centres in the country.  The Centre's remit is to return wildlife back to the wild and find forever loving homes for it's domestic and exotic admissions.

Every pound raised from this 55km painful walk will go to feed and care for the animals at Stapeley, so any support towards our £1000 target would be much appreciated.

For more information:  https://www.rspca.org.uk/local/stapeley-grange-wildlife-centre and https://www.facebook.com/RSPCA-Stapeley-Grange-36243120/

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