Don’t Miss Out On The Mayor’s Charity Walk

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Have you signed up for the big day out? Don’t miss out on the chance to take part in this year’s annual Mayor’s charity walk of the Brighton & Hove Way, this Saturday 28 April.

Online registration is open until noon on Friday, alternately you will be able to enter on the day (cash payment required). Follow this link to register online. The walk sets out at 09:30 from Saltdean seafront, and will set off in the afternoon from Stanmer Park at 13:30. To join on the day please arrive in advance of these times.

Join the Mayor’s Charity Walk 2018, and follow in the footsteps of the hundreds of people who enjoyed tredding-in the Brighton & Hove Way last year. Help raise funds for the Mayor Mo Marsh’s Famous Five chosen charities ( Albion in the Community, The Clock Tower Sanctuary, Martlets Hospice, RISE UK and The Sussex Heart Charity), Emmaus or another favourite charity of your choice.

You are welcome to walk as much or as little of this stunning 19-mile downland pathway as you like – the route includes a section suitable for people with reduced mobility. Starting on Saltdean seafront, experience the best of The Living Coast UN designated Biosphere while passing through Falmer, Stanmer and the Chattri. It will finish in North Portslade, hopefully in time for tea hosted by Emmaus.

This family-friendly event aims to bringing together all our diverse communities. They encourage support for the named charities, however if you wish to benefit another favourite charity please select the “All Mayor’s Charities” option when registering. Adults £6, children free, dogs welcome on a short lead – follow this link to register.

This event is supported by Brighton & Hove Way Association, Emmaus Brighton, Healthwalks Brighton Hove and City Parks (Brighton & Hove City Council).

If you haven’t discovered the new Brighton and Hove Way website, take a look and spread the word. You will find info about their project to establish the Brighton & Hove Way as a recognised way-marked pathway; as well as maps of the route and how to get involved. 

Find out more: www.brightonandhoveway.org.uk/

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