Arundel to Brighton for charity walk

The top fundraiser will win a place on the exclusive Bear Grylls Survival Academy course

The top fundraiser will win a place on the exclusive Bear Grylls Survival Academy course

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A CHARITY walk will take place next month from Arundel Castle to Brighton.

The walk will raise money for The Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy.

The event will take place on Saturday, September 19, and will cost £30 for adults and £10 for under-16s accompanied by an adult.

The charity, which works with parents and children by helping them to develop living skills at its School for Parents, has teamed up with Pied A Terre Adventure to organise the walk.

Emma Maxwell, a parent from the school, said: “My little boy goes to a session at this school once a week and it has been an amazing lifeline for us.

“They have also helped us to get the best out of him, to learn to crawl, take steps and to start to play independently something we took for granted with his twin sister.”

The walk starts at Arundel Castle and two distances are offered, 35km or 12km, both with beautiful views and scenery.

Participants have the chance to win a place on the exclusive Bear Grylls Survival Academy course, worth £349. The prize will go to the top fundraiser.

Visit bit.ly/A2BWalk or telephone 01403 788994 to sign up.

Unfortunately, the date for this event was given incorrectly in the Observer on August 13. The correct date is September 19.

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