Memory walk for charity

PUBLISHED: 13:00 03 November 2012

The Clevedon memory walk raised £237 for charity

The Clevedon memory walk raised £237 for charity


A MEMORY walk raised more than £230 for the Alzheimer’s Society.

Residents, staff, family and friends at Elm View Nursing Home in Moor Lane, Clevedon, walked across Bristol’s Downs as part of an initiative to promote exercise in the fight against dementia.

The walkers, aged from 10 months to 82 years, included one family of which four generations took part.

BUPA, which owns the home, will match and therefore double the £237 raised from the event.

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