Stourbridge Rotarians to stage charity walk

Stourbridge Rotary Club members get ready for their charity walk on May 27.
(L-R) Martyn Hall, Michael Pettigrew and dog Archie, Arthur Baker with George Screen, 18 months old, Paul Hingley, Cliff Gammon, President and Tony Blackman. (6105761)

Stourbridge Rotary Club members get ready for their charity walk on May 27. (L-R) Martyn Hall, Michael Pettigrew and dog Archie, Arthur Baker with George Screen, 18 months old, Paul Hingley, Cliff Gammon, President and Tony Blackman. (6105761)

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STOURBRIDGE Rotary Club members will be donning their walking shoes for a fundraising trek around Bodenham Arboretum in aid of the president’s charities.

Up to 40 Rotarians will be taking part in the three-mile walk at the Wolverley beauty spot on Tuesday May 27.

The event starts at 10am and money raised will go to president Cliff Gammon’s chosen causes for 2013/14 – Mary Stevens Hospice and Amblecote’s Glasshouse College.

Mr Gammon said: “It’s the first time we’ve done this event – we’d like to raise £2,000 to £3,000.”

Members of the public are also invited to take part in the walk.

Call 01384 440471 for an entry pack/sponsor form or download from http://tinyurl.com/osgartm.

Entry packs, which include a free T shirt and free entrance to the arboretum, cost £10 for adults and £5 for children aged five and over.

For more details call Mr Gammon on 01384 394550 or anyone wishing to sponsor the Rotary club can do so online at https://mydonate.bt.com/events/rotarywalk2014

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