Nailsea charity walks
CHARITY trekkers in Nailsea are braving the cold to train for a rotary club event in May.
Three grades of walk, geared towards different age groups and fitness levels, take place on May 20, starting and finishing at the Scotch Horn Leisure Centre.
Participants can take part as individuals, families, or with a group of friends and can choose which charity to raise sponsorship for.
A three-mile stroll is designed for families and people of limited ability, with the main walk covering six miles and requiring good walking shoes.
A challenging 12-mile route is aimed at experienced hikers and includes a few climbs to breathtaking views.
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A medal and certificate of achievement will be awarded to everyone who completes the walks.
Free parking is available at the leisure centre but an administration fee will be charged to adults who enter.
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Registration packs will be available at the end of the month by contacting John Churchill on 01275 463577 or by logging on to www.nailseaandbackwell.rotaryweb.org